Monthly Archives: June 2011

Painting by Minerva Teichert Glued to Plywood Removed- Why?

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Ripped Painting – Is It Dirty Too?!

Even though I look at 1000’s of paintings a year evaluating them for art conservation needs I’m still often surprised at how dirty a painting is. Its unexpected because the image and colors look so even. If something were “dirty” … Continue reading

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Naval Air Base Historic Mural To Be Saved

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Mural Conservation Work Begins On Jesus Biola Mural

Work began last week on the art conservation aspects of preserving this mural, which is my part of this project. I did a video of this work you can see at http://www.fineartconservationlab.com/twitchell-biola-jesus-mural/ (its the 2nd video) . Meanwhile, Kent is in the … Continue reading

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Biola Jesus Mural Tested for Art Conservation Needs – Collaboration with Artist Kent Twitchell

I met with Kent Twitchell at the end of last week and we looked over his mural at Biola University in La Mirada (Los Angeles), CA. Known as the Biola Jesus Mural, here is the video of our tests and … Continue reading

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Returning from Professional Art Conservation Organization – AIC National Meeting in Philadelphia

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