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The Art Of Plaster recreating "The Old Masters"

Custom decorative ornamental plaster ceiling and wall designs, using architectural plaster enrichments or ornaments in any historical interior design style.

Ken Wildes offers ornamental plaster in an endless variety of period styles, for your plaster ceiling and wall treatments. Being self-taught in the manner of the “Old Masters” his work has brought him national recognition in the field of Ornamental Plaster.

Should it be the fine art of a Robert Adam ceiling design? Maybe Edwardian-style plasters cornice moldings… or a Baroque style ceiling medallion?

A Federal-period wall panel design perhaps? Or the unique feel of a complete French period room design.

Whether English country, French country or gothic style better suit your interior design ideas. From Doric, Etruscan and Ironic periods, or examples of Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI, to Georgian plasterwork… each defined a tradition & style for handcrafted plaster ceiling and wall treatments.

Joshua & Co. Inc. understands and is reviving and recreating those ideals today.

When taking on a commission we will work with the interior architect, interior designer or the clients themselves to provide the finest custom ornamental period-style plaster work available today.

Most of our ornamental plasterwork is new and no two commissionsare ever alike. Historical restoration, renovation and plaster re-creations are also performed. upholding the great traditions of the finest craftsmen of yesteryear.


Beautiful Homes writes: “Giving New Architecture the Look of Antiquity.”
Yankee Magazine decribes: “Plaster Perfect.”
New Old House characterized it this way: “Where Angels Tread – Ornamental Plaster takes on a Heavenly Quality.”
The Boston Globe exclaims, “Revives a Lost Art” – “Awesome”
Old House Journal writes: “Ken’s inventive and creative approaches bring classical harmony to the “Edith Wharton Estate”.
The New York Times describes his work as being: “Plaster Worthy of an Angel and creating a feeling of stepping back in time."
Traditional Homes raves: “High Art”.
The Orlando Sentinel named us: “The Master of Plaster”.

Come in and view what was once said to be a lost art.

Continued into the 21st century by plaster artisan Ken Wildes.