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The greatest architectural masterpieces our world has today were created at a time when labor was inexpensive and resources were unlimited. Today the sheer number of skilled man-hours necessary and the prohibitive cost of some materials, like Italian marble, means new techniques had to be developed. Enter faux finishes. Artech Church Interiors can offer you the services of expert painters who are masters of Church painting and applying faux finishes such as marbleizing and wood graining. As a single project, faux finishes can make a dramatic impact on the beauty of a church, and as part of a larger renovation project, the effect can be truly breathtaking.
These photos demonstrate Artech’s talent for marbleization. The first three pictures show marbleizing that has been applied to columns(as part of the same job Artech also painted the organ pipes and gold-leafed the column capitals). The last two pictures show the wainscoting being marbleized to match real marble in the vestibule.
These photos are of faux stonework. This church’s plain walls were painted to resemble stone.