History · urban design · Vancouver

Throwing Paint Around

Historic Colour Analysis and the True Colours Palette

My colleague Elana Zsyblat and I are presenting a workshop on paint and historic colours for the Vancouver Heritage Foundation on April 4th at Rodde House in the West End.

Apart from the fabulous 19th Century interior of the house, Elana and I will be talking colour, its use, placement and how to discover the layers of colour on a building.

We will delve into how paint analyses are conducted and share how to determine appropriate paint schemes for heritage homes in Vancouver.

Plus there’s tea and cookies…

Join us on Tuesday, April 4th, at 7:00pm at the wonderful Roedde House, 1415 Barclay St.

The cost is just $35+tax

Register Here

Elana Zysblat and I are both professional members of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals and we regularly collaborate on heritage projects in the Lower Mainland and throughout the province.

Elana is is currently the president of the BC Association of Heritage Professionals and a director with the Friends of the Vancouver Archives. She is an independent heritage consultant with Ance Building Services, a Vancouver-based firm.

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