Sacred Projects Continued
This multi-phase project included plaster stabilization, plaster repairs as well as sanctuary repainting and redecoration.
Canning was responsible for restoring the very fine trompe l’oiel work on the walls and ceilings, as well as repairing delaminating plaster.
We carefully restored the color palette and design revealed by paint study and scientific analysis that is typical of churches dedicated to Marian worship.
Canning’s scope of work in Christ Chapel at Hillsdale College largely entailed faux finishes and gilding.
Our skilled team performed a historic paint study and analysis in order to provide an accurate restoration of the intricate designs in Christ Church.
Saint Mary’s Church project including designing and building a new front altar to coordinate with the existing altar that was ornately carved original marble.
Our expert craftsmen used their exterior gilding skills on five domes for the church.
The Our Lady of Elms Chapel project involved Canning to provide conservation and decorative painting along with some other services.
This small country church offered up a blank slate for Canning artists to incorporate a simple design scheme for beautification.
The Our Lady of Fatima Adoration Chapel project involved Canning Liturgical Arts enhancing the small worship space with sacred imagery and art.
The St. Mary’s Chapel restoration involved conservation cleaning without damaging the surface or altering the color of the historic cast stone.
We were able to uncovered original colors, patterns, and finishes to conserve 24 murals while restoring Stations of the Cross and the scagliola columns.
The renovation of St. Thomas More required creative design efforts to beautify the interior applying more traditional Catholic designs and symbolism within a modern building all while keeping a holistic interior.
At St. Catherine of Siena Parish we worked with the architect and the contractor to beautify the church interior.