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- 300 Year Old Buddha’s Lacquer and Gold Leaf Layers Stabilized and Preserved At The Mission Inn, Riverside CA
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300 Year Old Buddha’s Lacquer and Gold Leaf Layers Stabilized and Preserved At The Mission Inn, Riverside CA
This article was syndicated for USA national redistribution. What does it mean that this article is “ syndicated”? See explanation at end of article. The Friends of the Mission Inn, established in 1969, funds restoration of the historic art collection and … Continue reading
This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com. What does it mean to be syndicated? See end of article for explanation. I was at the historical home and event center, Casa Romantica last week, in San Clemente, Orange County, CA. … Continue reading
This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com Its a bit of a coup to get an article syndicated, and its certainly prestigious, as additional “proof” that the info and the author are considered far and wide authoritative and an … Continue reading
WPA mural saved, preserved, restored and installed in Bay Area museum. Chat with Fine Art Conservation Laboratories about your art. Continue reading
I’ve posted previously about the exciting research, fundraising and mural conservation efforts for an extremely important and historic element of the main chapel of the Santa Barbara Mission. The 1786 backdrop was designed with architectural features, statues and lots of … Continue reading
This video is about the installation process of the Buck Winn murals entitled “The History of Ranching in Texas” at the Alkek Library at Texas State University. Fine Art Conservation Laboratories was contracted to resurrect the murals from the dead, … Continue reading
As you read this, our team is working to preserve and restore an “environmental mural” painted on the side of a freeway that is 1/2 mile long!!! (not the freeway, the mural!) in Grand Prairie, Texas (Dallas – more on … Continue reading
I blogged in January about two murals that we worked on that had a special social message to tell. One is on the Army base in El Paso, Texas and the other is in Houston. The only thing that really connected … Continue reading