Photo: Creativity - Color design and restoration painting flyer shows diverse interior and exterior works.  From riverside and beach front homes to commercial city buildings and historic structures (Victorian era buildings, rail cars, etc.).  Historic Benedum-Trees Foundation multicolor lobby ceiling (center left) - Astorino Architects HQ at lower right.  Among their works is the tallest building on Mt. Washington and maintenance of Frank Lloyd Wright's "Falling Water"
Photo: Creativity - Flyer emphasizing computer imaging in early days.  A bit of history - Photoshop, the popular imaging software, was once called PhotoMac owned by Digital Translations before Adobe.  I traded PC R&D services to a commercial film developing facility.  They develop my photos to images painted in software before color printers were adequate to do the job.
Photo: Creativity - Color design and restoration painting of Historic Hilton Village Theater in Newport News, Va.  Color concepts were imaged on PC, printed and presented to an Architectural Review Board.  This design was approved and applied with minor modification.
Photo: Creativity - One of several design concepts for Historic Hilton Village Theater in Newport News, Va.  Art Deco era color groups were imaged and previewed on PC and printed before application in previous slide.  Green color group blended more to existing area then one above.
Photo: Creativity - Publicity as 1001 Home Ideas Magazine featuring a Manchester Pa. restoration painting and Honorable Mention for color design work done w/ Tom Mistick & Sons restoration specialists in Manchester Pa, (now Church Restoration Group).
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Creativity - Color design and restoration painting flyer shows diverse interior and exterior works. From riverside and beach front homes to commercial city buildings and historic structures (Victorian era buildings, rail cars, etc.). Historic Benedum-Trees Foundation multicolor lobby ceiling (center left) - Astorino Architects HQ at lower right. Among their works is the tallest building on Mt. Washington and maintenance of Frank Lloyd Wright's "Falling Water"