Rhonda Nolan combines her creative talent with her appreciation of early American decorative art by researching, recording and then reproducing historically-accurate bronze powder stenciling and freehand bronze patterns on window cornices as well as furniture.
Nolan, who often travels to share her love of the artform with others, is a juried member of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration (HSEAD). She has demonstrated her craft at the Boston Restoration and Renovation Exhibition and Conference, has lectured and demonstrated at the Windsor Institute, and has exhibited at the Strawberry Banke Museum.
Rhonda M. Nolan has been selected for the following Directories:
Biography updated October 3, 2016 Photograph updated October 3, 2016Contact information updated March 22, 2013
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