Thursday, February 27

From House to Church: Painting the Walls...





Starting on Tuesday morning, Father John and two women from the church began painting the walls of the church.  The Renovation Committee chose to use green, tan, and parchment for the walls.  The second phase of this project is to (over the course of a year) apply Venetian Plaster (in the same colors) over top of the paint and then finish them off with stenciling in gold leaf.  We chose to paint first (though it was an extra step) to give the church a more finished look for this year as the plaster goes on little by little.  Hopefully all of the painting with be finished by tomorrow evening.

8 comments:

Matushka Anna said...

They've done a lovely job!

Maria said...

It looks even better than I expected!

elizabeth said...

wow! this is going to look really lovely ... it does already but your description makes it sound even more beautiful! yay!

Michelle Miller said...

Beautiful, a warm welcome for worship in a most blessed place.

Ma F. said...

There is no trace of that garage left!

I had trouble imagining the transformation but it is amazing.

Hakkem Ismail said...

wow that was so nice i like that images keep it up
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mominapocket said...

Beautiful!

Wilma Matthews said...

This is good progress. When I’ve first read your post regarding this project, everything is still in the stages of planning for the design of the wall and so on. But now, the painting job is almost done. Hopefully you can finish this before the one year timeframe. Cheers!

Wilma Matthews @ Andys Painting

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