Recreating Historic Architectural Finishes: A Demonstration

Times: From: 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM

Location: William Paca House and Garden

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Nov 30
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Recreating Historic Architectural Finishes: A Demonstration

As the celebration of the James Brice House's 250-year anniversary continues, don't miss this opportunity to meet further members of the Brice House preservation team. In this unique demonstration and lecture, historic interior finish experts, Christopher Mills and Erika Sanchez Goodwillie, will demonstrate methods of producing historic paints and traditional painting techniques, discuss their portfolio of past work, and provide insight into the daily dilemmas that conservators in the field face with regard to preservation and restoration.

Reservations encouraged.

Admission: Free for Curator's Circle and Preservation Circle Members; $15 for HA Members and Volunteers; $20 for Non-Members

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Recreating Historic Architectural Finishes: A Demonstration

The James Brice House is one of the largest and most elegant of Annapolis' historic mansions. Construction on thie five-part Georgian home started in 1767 after the death of James' father, Judge Brice. Using enslaved and indentured labor as well as local craftsmen, the house took nearly 7 years to complete.

Today, this National Historic Landmark is the headquarters of Historic Annapolis. Highlights of the central block include a magnificent mahogany staircase and the lavishly decorated drawing room, which features a plaster cornice and paneling, a carved mantel and overmantel, and interior window shutters. The spacious modern conference room can be rented for meetings, presentations, and other events.

Group Tours can be arranged by appointment. 410-267-7619