Should Art Conservation Be a Demonstration Exhibit In Public?

Introduction by Sharra Grow, Editor for the International Institute for Conservation (IIC) This past November, Apollo published the article “Should paintings be conserved in public?” written by Conservator Ian McClure and Curator Paul Taylor. The authors called into question the overall worth of such public displays of conservation suggesting that, rather than inspiring on-lookers, theContinue reading “Should Art Conservation Be a Demonstration Exhibit In Public?”

Saving An Iconic Mural by The Most Famous Historic African American Artist, Dr John Biggers (1953)

YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/hUom81Svtsw Fine Art Conservation Laboratories has been working with the Blue Triangle Multi-cultural Community Center, where the mural is located, on the logistics for the art conservation treatments of this high profile project.  Preserving and restoring this nationally famous mural in Houston, Texas done by renown African American artist Dr. John Biggers, hasContinue reading “Saving An Iconic Mural by The Most Famous Historic African American Artist, Dr John Biggers (1953)”