James D. Eichelberger

Traditionally trained artist, born in Baltimore, Maryland. Studied at the Schuler School of Fine Arts in Baltimore, a four-year atelier school focused on training students in the methods and techniques of the Old Masters. Professional experience includes work as an artist, muralist, designer, decorative painter and scenic painter on a wide variety of projects. Currently works for Thomas Moore Studios, a historic restoration firm in Baltimore, Maryland as an artist and site foreman. Also works with the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts as a scenic artist. Worked on projects such as HBO’s Veep season 2, House of Cards, Minton Capehart Federal Building, the Capitol of the U.S., the Supreme Court of the U.S., Tremont Grant, Franciscan Monastery, First and Franklin Church, Saint George's Episcopal Church, and others.


ChallengerThe Challenger

After Dad died and we moved in with Leon, everything went to shit.  I remember the first night he did it to me.  I was fourteen.  Mom was–most likely passed out–downstairs on the sofa with… [more]