2.5 AIA LUs and 2.5 credits towards the Certificate in Classical Architecture
In this course, participants will gain insight into the full process of professional mural design on-site at EverGreene Architectural Arts. The course will begin with an overview presentation by designer Kevin Enright, who will provide a comprehensive look into mural design, including research methods, color analysis, measurements, working with architects and clients, stencil cutting, and many other aspects of the design process.This presentation will be followed by a demonstration and discussion with artist Zinni Veshi, who will showcase how a mural is produced from initial contract signed to final installation. The demonstration will include a hands-on exercise in which the instructor and participants work together to paint an angel based on the murals of EverGreene's St. Turibius Chapel project.Kevin Enright joined EverGreene in 2014 as part of the Design Studio. He brings knowledge of traditional architecture, hand drafting, watercolor rendering, and computer-aided design to the application of shop drawing, new design, and historic preservation projects. Kevin has been the design lead on numerous projects throughout the country, most notably the Ohio Theatre Lobby in Cleveland. He received his Masters from the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture.Zinni Veshi joined EverGreene in 2003 as part of the Mural Studio. He brings over 25 years of experience to the team, with extensive knowledge of fine arts and architectural conservation, mural design and execution, and decorative painting.Since 1978, EverGreene Architectural Arts has been providing pre-construction, construction, and new design services for some of the world's most memorable buildings. From historic landmarks to contemporary public spaces, EverGreene deeply respects the traditional trades, the art and science of historic preservation, restoration, and conservation, as well as the innovative and creative landscape of new construction.Please note that materials for the course are included with course tuition.
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The ICAA National Office does not offer recurring continuing education classes on a regular basis, but aims to offer future sessions of classes whose demand exceeded capacity. Core classes are generally offered annually or semi-annually.
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