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.

Photo of Hearing Room Door


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.