Meeting with Clients in Las Vegas and Utah

I’m on the road right now, meeting with private clients in Las Vegas, NV and Murray, and with museum clients in Springville, UT and in SLC.

Paul Lauritz's "Crashing Harmony"

Art conservation treatments done on Crashing Harmony by Paul Lauritz

Springville Art Museum Director, Vern Swanson was thrilled with the cleaning and lining we did of their world class 50″ x 60″ Paul Lauritz of waves crashing on tide pool rocks, “Crashing Harmony.”. He loved the much brighter colors and that way the disturbing cracks disappeared. We also cleaned a John Hafen of hay stacks and took off all kinds of retouchings that had no reason for being there! I mean, when we cleaned them off, there was perfect paint below. So, it was great to return his painting with 95% less retouchings… and much better colors… even though it was a Tonalist piece.

He took the time to talk to me about the recent mural I saved from demolition in London, England. He was very enthusiastic about the efforts to save a cherished work of art, that’s well done and that he grew to love while attending church in that building for several years. So, he knows that image intimately. For more info on this project see

Tomorrow morning, I’ve been invited to attend a committee meeting between the LDS Church History Dept. and the Museum of Church History and Art. Then I get taken out to lunch!

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
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