Winner, Best in Show, RNS 2010 Show House. Gilded trompe l'oeil panel installed on ceiling in masterbath.
Buckingham, PA. Trompe l'oeil painted walls and ceiling.Iron Trellis painted on the ceiling to match the chandelier to give illusion of support.
Ocean City, NJ. Sky painted in tray ceiling with a pickett fence, foliage and birds
Malvern, PA. Formal entry dome painted to resemble white and blue marble
Villanova, PA. Kitchen dome covered in a shimmery plaster with a tone on tone stenciled design. Surrounding moulding gilded with gold leaf.
Ocean City, NJ RNS 2012 ShowHouse. Shell painted on canvas and applied to ceiling with a technique known as marouflage.
City Hall, Philadelphia, PA. Restore the degrading key and the gold leaf tile designs that were once done on the beams of the coffered ceiling of the Justice's library
Cape May, NJ. The ceiling was painted and gilded to resemble the inside cover of the Peter Rabbit Collection.
The entry way to this 1920's home was inspired by Vincent van Gogh. Hints of iridescent paint, gold leaf and glass beads twinkle as the light shines in.
Trompe l'oeil ceiling to give illusion of height
Ocean City, NJ RNS 2011 ShowHouse. This is one of the 3 shells painted on canvas and applied to ceiling with a technique known as marouflage.