January 12, 2017
On January 26, as a preview to the spring trip April 27-30 to Beersheba Springs, Monteagle and Sewanee, the Atlanta Preservation Center is pleased to offer a presentation by Richard Chenoweth, AIA.
Mr. Chenoweth is a nationally recognized architect and artist who has created an architectural documentation of the extraordinary 1855-1860 resort at Beersheba Springs, Tennessee. The complex at Beersheba Springs is based on the classic Virginia Springs of the early 19th century. This remarkable project is an excellent example of research and documentation of historic resources using hand and digital techniques, of a very special place in Tennessee history.
Join us at the Grant Mansion on Thursday, January 26 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. to learn more about this unique excursion. Refreshments will be served.
About Our Speaker:
Richard Chenoweth has distinguished himself as both an architect and artist. He won an international design competition for the entry canopies of the Washington DC Metro system, of which 30 have been built. He won the Gabriel Prize in 2001 for the study of French architecture, a three-month sabbatical for drawing and studying 18th century buildings. Mr. Chenoweth has also completed fellowship work for the Curator of the Capitol which involved a complete digital recreation of Jefferson and Latrobe’s original US Capitol Building, which was destroyed in the war of 1812. He was also the chief illustrator for Cottage Living Magazine from 2004-2008. You can see some of his research at his website: www.mostbeautifulroom.com.
The L. P. Grant Mansion is located at 327 St. Paul Avenue SE, Atlanta 30312. On-street parking is available on St. Paul Avenue and Grant Street. ADA parking and access can be reached via APC’s Orleans Street drive.
Reservations are not required. This event is free and open to the public.