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Tania Seabock is mostly known for her ornate ceilings and designs which she paints all by hand. Her style is inspired by Arabic geometric patterns, mosaic art and European ornaments. She specializes in wood-grain, marble, gilding and ornamental ceilings.

Before focusing on Decorative Painting she worked with Sculpture in Mold making and Casting. She has a broad understanding of artists’ materials such as plasters, rubbers, plastics, waxes and glass. Her knowledge of Decorative Painting & Gilding materials is very extensive as well. Her quest for knowledge eventually took her over seas to study wood grain and marble in France, where she graduated from the Nadai-Verdon School of decorative painting.

She has had many prestigious commissions. To name a few: Prince of United Arab Emirates home in Washington DC, Trump Tower in NYC, restoration & gilding at the US Treasury Building and The Old Executives Office Building in Washington DC, through John Canning.

Her works are published in various magazines and she has been published in a book called “The house that Faux Built” by Adrienne Van Dooren. She has three how-to DVD’s filmed by Creative Evolution. She is a moderator on a very active Decorative Painting forum called She was Vice-President of the Stencil Artisans League Chapter of Washington DC called CADA (Capital Area Decorative Artisans) in 2006. She has been featured in the Sherwin Williams Hall of fame. And now she takes private commissions and also teaches at various Decorative Painting Schools and Conventions.

Tania lives in the San Francisco bay area with her husband Ian and their identical twin boys Roman and Elijah Seabock.


Studio: 877·FAUX·ART