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Edward Scofield

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Founding Member of the Board of D...

Opus Berkshire Music Festival

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    American Lighting Association
  • Member of the Board of Deacons
    First Congregational Church
  • Board Member
    Greylock ABC
  • Board Member
    National Trust for Historic Preservation


  • Bachelor of Arts degree , Business Administration
    University of Connecticut
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MountainOne / Press Releases, 12 April 2006 [cached]
The newly elected Corporators, who will serve ten-year terms, are James Art, Ann Marie Bartlett, State Representative Daniel Bosley, who was also elected a Trustee for a three-year term, Richard Palmisano II, Mireille Roy, and Edward Scofield.
Scofield is the retired owner and President of Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc. Prior to that, he was President of the Marketing Division at Garden Way, Inc, in Troy, NY, where he worked for more than 20 years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from the University of Connecticut. Scofield serves on the Board of Trustees for both the Norman Rockwell Museum and the Williamstown Art Conservation Center. He is a founding member of the Board of Directors for the Opus Berkshire Music Festival. And, he serves as a Director for Greylock ABC, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Direct Marketing Association, the American Lighting Association, and the Berkshire Chamber of Commerce. Scofield also serves as a Corporator for Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and is a member of the Board of Deacons for the First Congregational Church. He lives in Williamstown with his wife, Lynda, and has 2 children.
Marketing Strategy Consultant Albany NY develop small business growth - Direct Marketing, 18 June 2009 [cached]
Soldiers returning from WWII adopted his and Ed & Carolyn Robinsons' Have-More Plan and planted family gardens.
--Ed Scofield, co-President, Garden Way/ Troy-Bilt
Berkshire Eagle Online - Pittsfield:, 14 May 2006 [cached]
The newly elected corporators, who will serve 10-year terms, are James Art, an associate with Grinnell, Dubendorf & Smith, LLP; Ann Marie Bartlett, co-owner of the Red Carpet Restaurant in Adams; State Representative Daniel Bosley (who was also elected a trustee for a three-year term); Richard Palmisano II, president and chief executive officer of Northern Berkshire Healthcare; Mireille Roy, executive assistant to the vice president for Operations at Williams College; and Edward Scofield, retired owner and president of Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc.
Early American Life, 6 Jan 2004 [cached]
167 River Road
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Old House Journal, 6 June 2002 [cached]
Not so," says Edward A. Scofield, president of Period Lighting Fixtures of Clarksburg, Massachusetts."Some of the most beautiful rooms in colonial homes often didn't have brass, because it was not easily available."
While solid-brass reproduction chandeliers can cost $6,000 or more, simpler period reproductions sell for a tenth as much.Among the most authentic for low-ceilinged colonial rooms are turned-wood chandeliers with graceful, curving metal arms."They don't take up a lot of visual space, because they're so airy," says Scofield, who recommends double- or triple-tiered curved-arm fixtures for larger rooms and rooms with higher ceilings.
Since the shape and style of the central shaft on many colonial fixtures is based on elements of furniture turnings, use period furniture or architectural elements in your house, such as a moulding profile or a newel post, as a guide to the selection of a compatible fixtures.Supplement the main fixtures with sconces, which were usually installed in pairs.Even though half a dozen candles would have been considered a dazzling display at a colonial dinner, most experts recommend using higher wattage bulbs combined with a dimmer switch to vary light levels.
Transitional (1780-1850)For all but the grandest houses, the period between the Revolutionary and Civil Wars is considered something of a no-man's land for formal lighting.That's because it's almost impossible to find antique Argand burners, the most popular fixtures between 1800 and 1860.
These early fixtures "were made by skilled lampmakers who really knew how to create fixtures out of metal," Scofield says.
Victorian (1850-1910)In the gaslight era, it wasn't unusual to find a mix of lighting technologies in the average home, including kerosene lamps, gaseliers, and later, gas-electric combinations.Available as early as the 1840s, gas lighting didn't fully catch on until the 1870s and 1880s, when a regular supply of gas was piped into homes. Cast in brass or bronze, gas fixtures reflected the high styles and decorative motifs of the day: Rococo, Gothic Revival, Neo-Grec, and Eastlake.The most elaborate drop lamps, pendants, and gaseliers were reserved for the parlor and dining room, while crystal gaseliers brightened music rooms and ballrooms.Since gas jets produced a harsher light than candles, round or cup-shaped glass shades were invented to enclose them.
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