Michael Gilbert, a professional decorative painter based in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, announced an updated range of faux painting services for residential, commercial and institutional clients in Charleston, Asheville, Charlotte, Old Chatham, Rhinebeck, Nantucket and other areas. Mr. Gilbert uses a wide range of techniques and styles, depending on the needs and preferences of each client, including faux marble, faux bois, landscape murals and many others.
More information can be found at https://michaelgilbertstudios.com.
Faux painting is the decorative art of reproducing natural materials such as marble and wood using plaster, paint, ink and clay. Dating back thousands of years and used across many different cultures, it has a wide range of applications in private homes, commercial centers, institutional buildings and places of worship.
One of the leading faux painting experts in the Charleston area, Michael Gilbert has announced a complete update of his services to integrate the latest faux painting materials and techniques.
Clients can contact Mr. Gilbert for professional faux marble, wood or stone projects, the painter working closely with each client to determine the most appropriate design according to their needs and preferences.
The Charleston faux painter has extensive experience providing high-quality decorative painting for clients throughout the United States, using a wide array of styles and techniques to create unique interior spaces. Available techniques include faux marble and wood, trompe loeil, cloud ceilings, landscape murals, glazes, custom lettering and many others.
The artist offers complete solutions for private, commercial and institutional clients in Charleston, South Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina, Rhinebeck, New York and many others.
About Michael Gilbert:
Mr. Gilbert is an experienced decorative painter with more than 33 years of experience providing high-quality faux painting services for clients throughout the United States. His past works include projects with world-renowned decorators like Mario Buatta, Mark Hampton and John Saladino. The artist has worked on historical sites such as the New York City Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Tennessee State Capitol, as well as on numerous private residences.
Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.
For more information, visit: https://michaelgilbertstudios.com/