A new painted ceiling and six wall sized botanical panels for San Anton Palace, Malta’s 17th c. Presidential residence
A world class private collection of French and American modernist design classics in an environment of painted animals by Dutch artist Peter Korver.
The entrance of this 1790’s palazzo was changed into a painted gallery of aviaries where birds hang around surrounded by historic memorabilia.
New painted ceiling and four “overdoor” panels for a Louis XVI Tea-pavilion, once part of a 17th c. country estate and a menagerie portrayed by Hondecoeter.
Gilded murals of Magpies and Peacocks for a new high-end club-scene hotspot, located in a historic Amsterdam Bank office.
Painted snails and ornamental spiralling weeds, a new ceiling for an 18th century period room in Abcoude
A new Painted Ceiling in six panels to be inserted between the beams of a private residence in Bergen NH
TWO PAINTED CEILINGS – One for an archtects office in the midst of historic Amsterdam, the other in a 300 year old farmhouse in Abcoude
A new painted ceiling for a 1730’s period room in the former British consulate of Amsterdam
New painted panels and ceilings for a fully retsored 1870’s Arts and Crafts monument on the banks of small river outside of Amsterdam.
Painted dragonflies, butterflies and insectivorous birds on a new, large scale coffered ceiling for the boardroom of a Cees Dam designed corporate office.
“In this law firm, meetings generally commence with an upward glance. ” Two new painted ceilings for an 18th century monument
New paintings in the entrance hall of an 18th C. monument on the Amsterdam canals