Title: Chairman, Founder
Company: Evergreene Architectural Arts, Inc.
Location: Brooklyn, New York, United States
Jeff Greene, Chairman and Founder at Evergreene Architectural Arts, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in architecture.
Having accrued more than 40 years of professional experience within the realm of architecture, Mr. Greene is well-known as one of the country’s foremost experts in both traditional and innovative techniques for murals, ornamental plaster and decorative finishes. Since 1978, he has notably served as chairman, founder and president of Evergreene Architectural Arts, Inc., headquartered in Brooklyn, New York with offices in Chicago, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles. With a devoted team of business developers, conservators, designers, craftspeople, artists and project managers, Evergreene Architectural Arts specializes in large-scale conservation and restoration work on national treasures. With this sentiment, Mr. Greene has led work for the Chrysler Building, Radio City Music Hall, the Library of Congress, the U.S. Capitol Building, Grace Church and King’s Theatre.
With his numerous career accomplishments, Mr. Greene has been recognized in his field with various accolades. In 2018, he was the recipient of the Historic Districts Council’s Landmarks Lion Award and earned the New York Preservation League’s Pillar Award in 2014. Earlier, in 2011, he was granted the Institute for Classical Art & Architecture’s Arthur Ross Award. Mr. Greene attributes most of his success to luck, however, he cannot ignore his multitude of hard work. He has consistently tried to find creative solutions to complex problems and has found inspiration from working with great people who share the same vision and quality standards.
Formally educated as an artist and muralist, Mr. Greene earned a Bachelor of Fine Art in painting from the Art Students League of New York in 1975. He went on to achieve a second Bachelor of Fine Art in painting from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1976 and received a scholarship to attend the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture in Maine in 1976. Originally solely interested in fine art, Mr. Greene found an appreciation for public art during his apprenticeship painting billboards in Times Square. Finding his niche in preservation, he began working with art groups and theaters in various communities and determined for himself how important preserving the past was to maintaining the character of the city.
To remain aware of advancements in his field, Mr. Greene maintains member affiliation with the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, the Association for Preservation Technology, the American Society of Interior Designers and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. He is also a member of the Cooper Hewitt Museum, League of Historic American Theaters, National Society of Mural Painters, Society of Gilders, Theatre Historical Society of America and The Smithsonian Institution. Additionally, Mr. Greene sits on the board for the National Society of Mural Painters, the Association for Preservation Technology, the League of Historic American Theaters and numerous representative projects. Looking ahead, the artist and executive plans to spend more time with his grandchildren, work on his personal art and mentor the next generation.
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