SunOk Chun oil painting
SunOk Chun, Designer & Decorative Painter Hometown: Seoul, South Korea Education: BFA in painting Sungshin University, MFA in painting Pratt University Years working EverGreene: 20 Sun Ok had just finished her master’s degree at Pratt and was contemplating returning to South Korea when she received an offer from EverGreene to work on paintings and stencils for the Montana State Cap...
Valentine Project
EverGreene employees recently supported Emily Sottile, Director of the Sacred Spaces Studio, by participating in her 6th year of issuing anonymous "Valentines"  to women survivors of domestic abuse living in temporarily living in NYC Safe Horizon shelters.   The Project Valentine goodie bags are filled with little items contributors won't miss that can ma...
Panels from Vertis Hayes murals, Pursuit of Happiness, were replicated in glass and serve as the iconic façade of the new Harlem Hospital Center, 2013.
EverGreene has had the privilege of restoring numerous artworks by legendary black Americans. This month, we take a closer look at some of these murals and the artists who created them as well as a new project, the restoration of Civil Rights activist Medgar Evers’ home. Each of the projects, by contributing to the African-American historical narrative has contributed significantly to the United S...
Meet the Artist: John Coburn
John Coburn began working at EverGreene shortly after finishing his MFA at the New York Academy of Fine Art in 1997. In Bring It On (2006), we witness an attack on a well-groomed subdivision, from a bird’s-eye-view, rendered in a flat, graphic style—as if it were a screenshot from a video game. Bombs hit their targets in, comic book-like “kaboom!” or “splat”, while a murky, aluminum leaf fog hover...
Meet The Artist: Zinni Veshi
Zinni Veshi moved to New York from Albania in 1998 to attend the MFA program at the Pratt Institute of Art and Design. In his twelve years at EverGreene, Zinni has created new artwork for churches, state capitols and commercial spaces. His own paintings are dynamic and arresting; vibrant swaths of color move the eye from stroke to stroke around the canvas, unable to rest on one single form. Zinni’...