Supreme Court

The historic Wyoming Supreme Court Chamber has been returned to its original two-story volume with a public balcony.

EverGreene Architectural Arts is finishing the remaining decorative paint in the upper level of the Supreme Court Chamber, which will become one of the largest meeting rooms in the Capitol. An investigative study in July 2017, revealed extensive decorative paint designs in the historic chamber. The Supreme Court Chamber was originally painted in a style called trompe l’oeil, which means to “fool the eye.”

Natural light will be provided by the historic skylight which has been restored, as well as the reinstallation of the original stained glass lay light and chandelier, which had been moved to another room in the Capitol when the chamber was divided into two floors.

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