We are excited to present the completed faux graining to the inner sanctuary doors at Monumental Church! In 2017 Black Creek Workshop completed a paint analysis and reveal of the original faux graining on the doors at Monumental Church dating from 1814. From that sample, (that can still be seen on the west portico doors)…Read More
Walk On Architecture Review: Three modest, diverse and well-conceived projects add to the pedestrian experience in downtown Richmond.
BY EDWIN SLIPEK Style Weekly August 19, 2014 Great article in Style Weekly on the recently installed Dr. Waverly M. Cole and Dr. John R. Cook Memorial Terrace at Monumental Church! READ THE ARTICLERead More
BY PHIL RIGGAN Richmond.com “With a recent upgrade to an outdoor patio space, the renovation of the church is nearly complete. Local design build firm, WestView Companies, designed and constructed the historic timeline, which was constructed of solid granite pieces, inlaid into the new memorial terrace on the west side of the church, and etched…Read More
By Emily Davis for Richmond Weddings Blog In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of Monumental Church, Historic Richmond has recently embarked on two exciting projects. Historic Richmond hired Elaine Tucker Haviland, historic paint artisan, to restore the altar to its original 1814 paint scheme – a faux Prussian blue marble with off white marble trim.…Read More
BY MARK HOLMBERG WTVR, April 9, 2014 READ THE ARTICLERead More