Category Archives: Saving Public Art

Mural Restoration of Public Art and Saving Bees in North Hollywood’s Chandler Corridor

This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com. What does it mean that this article is “ syndicated”? See end of article for explanation. By Alice Taylor, FACL Conservation Technician During the past few weeks, Fine Art Conservation Laboratories has … Continue reading

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“The Spirit of Catalina” A Masterpiece Mural by Roger Dolin Protected with MuralGuard

This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com. What does it mean that this article is “ syndicated”? See end of article for explanation. When planning a public art project, the process should include looking into the future to predict … Continue reading

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Pezzi Al Muro – talks e mostra online conference (a Lonato del Garda, Lombardy, Italy)

This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com. What does it mean that this article is “ syndicated”? See end of article for explanation. Description of the Online Conference Sat. Nov. 18th, 2023 1 am PST The short cycle of … Continue reading

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Anniversary of the 1966 Flood in Florence – A turning point for the world

This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com. What does it mean that this article is “ syndicated”? See end of article for explanation. Traditional art restoration emerged from the shadows, and the floodwaters, of the Arno River after the … Continue reading

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Saving The Bicentennial Freedom Mural On Prado Dam – Mural Restored, Riverside County, CA

This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com. What does it mean that this article is “ syndicated”? See end of article for explanation.       For those of you who have driven the freeways in the Corona and … Continue reading

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Banksy’s Rat Checks Into ArtDoctor’s Office – Preserving and Restoring Street Art

This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com. What does it mean that this article is “ syndicated”? See end of article for explanation. After 5 Years of touring with 40 venues and millions of fans, like most famous movie … Continue reading

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Whale and Dolphin Mural Coating Protection Saves Public Art

You may have heard me talk about the protective anti-graffiti coating that was put onto a mural on an exterior wall at street level on Balboa Island in Newport Beach, CA with 100% access by tourists etc. and how it … Continue reading

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Mural Restored of Famous Porterville, CA Marching Bands – Maintaining Public Art

This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com. What does it mean that this article is “ syndicated”? See end of article for explanation. “Marching through Time” is a mural that needed some help to keep on marching as it … Continue reading

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Get Intimate With Your Art – Maintenance Dusting of Michelangelo’s David Provides A Suggestion For Your Collection.

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Friends of the Mission Inn Art Conservation Team

by Sue Bartel, Editor for Friends of the Mission Inn (This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com. What does it mean that this article is “ syndicated”? See end of article for explanation.) The Friends of the Mission Inn have … Continue reading

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