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Michael Jackson Collaborated With Artist Kent Twitchell To Have His Mural Painted!


Kent Twitchell Interviewed by Andrew St. Wilson and taped for documentary

While Alive, Michael Jackson Collaborated

With Artist Kent Twitchell

To Have His Memorial Painted! 

See behind the scenes taping of how it came to be… and what happened to it!

Michael Jackson fans all over the world will soon have a new destination–pilgrimage to make somewhere in the world once the 12 story painted mural monument is adhered to the side of a building… somewhere! The Most Famous Man In The World envisioned the mural as a tribute to his legacy and a gift to his fans for generations to come. What makes this incredible work of art amazing is that Michael Jackson himself collaborated with artist Kent Twitchell on this monumental mural masterpiece… BUT, its been in storage for more than 20 Years!!!

The “King of Pop” died June 25, 2009 at his home in Los Angeles after receiving fatal doses of the drugs from his doctor. 2019 is the 10 year anniversary of his passing and world interest in highlighting his genius is alive and well. Jackson, one of 10 siblings in the famous Jackson family from Gary, Indiana, the Most Famous Man in the World, was a mega-global super-star; he was a best-selling music artist the year he died influenting international music and dance, and also the fashion world. Last year, Jackson was the #1 dead celebrity money maker in the work with an income of $85 million. His fan base in 2018 is greater than when he was alive.

The lost Michael Jackson Monument mural, a tribute to an American Cultural Hero, was never adhered to a building after Kent Twitchell, the artist who collaborated with the world famous entertainer, finished the 100 ft tall one-of-a-kind painting.

by Andrew St. Wilson available on Amazon

And what’s this about the Broken Heart Stone?!?! This video is the behind the scenes sneak peak of a documentary being made by director and producer Andrew St. Wilson on these two amazing, yet unknown, portrayals of his genius.

Effervescent movie director and producer Andrew St. Wilson, left, (Michael Jackson’s personal Kung Foo Trainer) author and doc film-maker works through taping, in this video, an interview with world renown monumental mural artist Kent Twitchell (right). Taped on location at Fine Art Conservation Laboratories. The documentary feature film will include the stories and drama behind the 12 story Michael Jackson Monument and Michael Jackson’s Broken Heart Stone.

Andrew St. Wilson is the author of the Broken Heart Stone of Michael Jackson: https://www.amazon.com/Broken-Heart-Stone-Michael-Jackson-ebook/dp/B00ID5KN4W

Scott M. Haskins, renown mural art conservator restorer, as a valuable part of the consulting and installation team for the mural, was also interviewed and will be featured in the film.

Michael Jackson's eyes painted by Kent Twitchell while working with Michael in his studio.

Scott M. Haskins tacks up a painting of Michael Jackson’s eyes painted by Kent Twitchell while working with Michael in his studio. This was done in a live sitting.

The mural is available for installation anywhere in the world. Call Scott M. Haskins 805 564 3438

More about Scott M. Haskins, Mural Conservator and Consultant on this project: http://www.fineartconservationlab.com/media-room/

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About Scott M. Haskins

Scott Haskins has been in professional art conservation since 1975, specializing in the conservation/restoration of easel paintings, murals and art on paper. FACL, Inc. is known nationally for doing A+ work no matter the size or difficulty of the project. We are happy to do a quick cleaning on a family heirloom. Our client list and resume is also full of very satisfied clients of large, difficult/complicated projects at remote locations. Excellent services are also available as an Expert Witness/Legal Testimony in art related matters. Consultation on art related projects occur regularly including extensive insurance evaluations for insured or insurer. Services are offered worldwide. Scott M. Haskins is also author of the “Save Your Stuff” series, educational information, materials and supplies to help people protect and save their treasured family heirlooms and collectibles at home and office. He can be reached at 805 564 3438. Video and written testimonials at http://www.fineartconservationlab.com/testimonials/

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13 Responses to Michael Jackson Collaborated With Artist Kent Twitchell To Have His Mural Painted!

  1. Allan Cyr says:

    Andrew Wilson’s book about the hand print looks interesting… weird. Great story.

  2. cristina wilson says:

    I heard MJ was the highest paid dead celebrity last year… that means he’s still totally relevant and popular. It would seem like there would be a biddingwar to be connected with this masterpiece.

  3. Brenda Casella says:

    I vote for getting it up on a building, for sure. What a shame its been in storage, ignored. Unbelievable

  4. beverly tenney says:

    There are some real crazies out here for MJ. Wherever this will be put up, it will be a destination place to visit.

  5. sherry buss says:

    This is by far the coolest thing I’ve seen on the internet in a long time. This is MAJOR!!! I mean, this will make the building famous that gets this mural! And how about the merchandising?!?!

  6. maria garcia says:

    Looking forward to seeing this film! I can’t wait

  7. Scott M. Haskins says:

    Check in with your Dad Dianna, he’s a pro. Thanks for your comment.

  8. Dianna Baumgartner says:

    You are right. It would be an expense but it would be such an interesting read. Nothing ventured nothing gained Grandma used to say. I guess my thoughts are in the clouds and my forte is assisting and not orchestrating

  9. Curtis Baldwin says:

    Many artists are self-publishing today, by choice. Their books can become works of art. It is just the expense that clouds the issue I guess.

  10. Scott M. Haskins says:

    Great idea Marylin but its one thing to write/put together a book and a totally different challenge to distribute it. When I wrote my first book in the Save Your Stuff series I thought I deserved a college degree. But then I began the distribution process which has turned out to be MUCH more complicated than writing the book.

  11. Scott M. Haskins says:

    Hi Jen, we’re working on the possibilities now. Our first priority is to keep it in LA.

  12. Jennifer Waddell says:

    Great, when we spoke I LOVED this idea! Pls. update us when this will happen!

  13. Marylin says:

    LA belongs to Kent Twitchell!! May I suggest if not for the public but for family members, create a book of your murals with how you created them. You could create a map of your murals to follow. Add your comments on what you were thinking about the projects. What an interesting story that would make. I would have loved to know what my dad was thinking about what he created as an artist and the stories connected with the coloramas he was involved with Kodak. I am so glad I met you and hope only the best for you.

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