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Salt Lake City Area – Painting Restoration, Art Restoration, Art Conservation, Painting Conservation, Repair Art – SLC, Utah


FACL has provided art conservation and painting restoration services to Brigham Young University and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS, Mormons) including the following departments: History Department, which includes the Church History Museum, Building Dept., Missionary Exhibits Depts and the Temple Department. We have also provided art consultation and painting conservation services to the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers (DUP or International Pioneer Museum), The University of Utah, Utah State University in Logan and the Springville Art Museum in Springville, UT. We enjoy working with art galleries and do work for Anthony Christensen Fine Art and Antiques and we routinely meet with numerous private art collectors and individuals who may only have one family heirloom portrait.

See in this video about our background:


When we get a call to restore a painting, clean a painting, fix artwork, repair a rip in a canvas painting, analyze a painting we schedule a personal visit to look over/evaluate the artwork at your location, offering a estimate of the work up front at no charge. Then, if the work is to be done, we offer PU/Delivery to your home or office. The work’s schedule, however, needs to coordinate with our other project’s pick up and delivery in the Provo/Salt Lake City Area.

Call around. Call the institutions listed on this page. We are sure you will hear great things about our service, quality work and ease of working with us.

We also do art conservation and painting restoration work in the Las Vegas area, throughout Southern CA, we do a lot of work in the Carmel/Monterey area. We have work shipped to us from clients all over the Western US and we work on murals nationally.youtube

 

See a quick video tour of our lab:

Please give us a call to discuss your painting(s) or mural project. Call Scott M. Haskins at 805 564 3438. We look forward to getting to know you.

This is a testimonial from the Springville Museum of Art

Here are a variety of testimonials from all over (geographically) and on lots of different kinds of projects: http://www.fineartconservationlab.com/testimonials/

See other interesting short videos of projects and testimonials on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/bestartdoc?feature=mhee

More about our past in Utah: Scott M. Haskins came to Utah in 1978 to set up the art conservation lab for the Permanent Art Collection at Brigham Young University in collaboration with the Historical Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City and provide art conservation services for their historical art collection.

Scott Haskins, who originates from Southern California, moved to Santa Barbara, CA  has been in private practice, Fine Art Conservation Laboratories (FACL, Inc.) since 1984 but continues to provide art restoration services throughout the Intermountain West.

Video of London Mural Removal for LDS Church

Give us a call to discuss your needs, and schedule and see if we can meet soon.

805 564 3438 office

805 570 4140 mobile Scott M. Haskins

References and testimonials: http://www.fineartconservationlab.com/testimonials/

and more video testimonials on YouTube Channel”Bestartdoc”:

http://www.youtube.com/user/bestartdoc?feature=mhee

Here are some additional interesting sites we have:

http://www.mormonartconservation.org

http://www.tipsforartcollectors.org

Here is a heartfelt testimonial about trusting us with a family heirloom

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57 Responses to Salt Lake City Area – Painting Restoration, Art Restoration, Art Conservation, Painting Conservation, Repair Art – SLC, Utah

  1. Scott M. Haskins says:

    Hi Sam, We are in SLC often if you’d like connect. 805 564 3438

  2. Sam Wilkins says:

    I like how you mentioned that an evaluation of damaged artwork could be done up front with no charge. I’m sure that this would depend on the restoration company, of course. However, my husband is looking to repair a painting his grandfather did years ago. We’ll have to look into the businesses near us and see if we can get it restored.

  3. Scott M. Haskins says:

    Hi Michele, If your father’s portrait is dirty, then yes, it can be cleaned most likely. If the paint has darkened then perhaps there is nothing that can be done outside of repainting it again. I’ll be in SLC in two weeks if you’d like to show it to me. 805 570 4140 mobile

  4. Michele Bulkley says:

    Hello,
    My father died in 1960. My mother had his latest photo blown up and then a professional painted over it to make it look like an oil painting. Since then it has darkened and is dirty. I dust it, but it has lost its beauty from what it once was.
    Is this something you could clean?

  5. Vern Counts says:

    Thanks for your interesting posting! I really enjoyed reading it and its good to know your expertise is available in our area. I’ll call.

  6. Adam Black says:

    What interesting work you do and its good to see that other people and institutions take advantage of your services. I can see you are well connected in Utah. Thanks for the info.

  7. Scott M. Haskins says:

    Give me call Bob. We received a painting from SLC today via FedEx and we’ll be coming your way soon. A historic preservation project and murals to work on in Logan are also on our schedule. Call 805 564 3438 office. Thanks for connecting.

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