|Each hearing room has two sets of cherry wood doors, designed and created by
Rich Wrigley of Holyoke, Massachusetts.
In the top panel is a bronze casting of the state seal.
The bronze medallion on the bottom panel is duplicated in marble in the center of the atrium floor. It resembles a motif used throughout the State Capitol.
Courtesy of the League of Women Voters of Connecticut, Inc.
|The center panels depict symbols of Connecticut. They are created in marquetry,
an ancient craft in which veneers are cut and pieced to form a picture.
The woods used in these panels include ebony, holly, rosewood, Australian walnut, anigre, and lacewood.