Preserving the legacy of those that changed history...
The Jackson House
Named after the gentleman who built it in 1857, George W. Jackson, this house lies in the heart of Bedford on the corner of Court Road. Next time you stop at the Post Office or Library, take a quick walk down the street and get a closer look at one of the historical treasures we painted.
This nature and wildlife preserve, in the heart of Bedford, is anchored by a 200 year old former Presbyterian Church. The church was relocated from Bedford Hills, and now serves as the Sanctuary’s Nature center and museum. Bradsell painted the exterior.
Rockefeller Archive Center
The Rockefeller Archive Center is an independently operated foundation that was initially established to serve as a repository for the records of Rockefeller University and various Rockefeller family philanthropy projects. We’ve painted some rooms inside and are currently working on a pedestal for a bust of Mr. Rockefeller himself.
Daniel Ogden House
The David Ogden House is a historic house at 1520 Bronson Road in Fairfield, Connecticut. It was built in 1750 as an integral saltbox. The house is an exceptional survivor of a typical mid 18th century Connecticut farmhouse. There is a massive central field stone chimney topped with brick. The house, which escaped the burning of Fairfield by the British forces that invaded during the American Revolution, provides a glimpse into the life of a typical family. The house was called the new house in a 1750 deed. It is believed that the house was built for David Ogden at the time of his marriage to Jane Sturges.
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
Harriet Beecher Stowe, changed the course of history with her great American novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. We were humbled to be asked to preserve her legacy at The Stowe House in Hartford, CT where she lived for the last 23 years of her life. Bradsell refinished the kitchen sink area using traditional faux wood graining techniques. The center serves over 25,000 visitors annually.
Bedford Memorial Park Flagpole
A great part of Bedford’s open space is its park system and trail network. The Bedford Village Memorial Park features a playground, ball fields, tennis courts and a seasonal swimming pool. In 2018, Bradsell repainted its flagpole found near the center of the park.
Sutton Clock Tower
At the comer of Guard Hill and Succabone Road stands this historic landmark that the Bedford Historical Society leases and maintains since 1985. In fall of 2018, Bradsell repainted the its entrance and clock faces.
Bedford Court House
Originally built in 1787, the Bedford Court House on 615 Old Post Road now serves as a museum displaying artifacts from Bedford’s history. We were tasked with painting its exterior in the Summer of 2018.
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