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ANNOUNCING: A new 5-Year GSA contract for the conservation of sculpture and architectural arts. Commences August 1, 2022. 2022-2027 U.S. General Services Administration - NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION ID/IQ Contract 47PM1122D0002 NTE: $16,009,998.00 (5 Year Total) NAICS Code 54130 (ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES)…

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Graffiti Removal from a Marble Artwork

While public artworks grace our local communities, parks, and public spaces not all give them the respect they deserves. They can sometimes become a casualty of vandalism: spray-painted, broken, burned, or even completely destroyed. Marcin Pikus, Conservator of Stone Sculpture…

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Russian to Restore an Icon

An icon can be defined as "a person or thing regarded as a representative symbol or as worthy of veneration". Jesus Christ is such an icon for the Christian religion. In the Fall of 2020, a project to restore an…

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gilding conservation and frame conservation

Woodward Opera House Paintings Restored

Paintings Conservation, Gliding and Frames Conservation: It ain't over til the....paintings are reinstalled in the opera house! McKay Lodge Conservation recently performed the art conservation treatment of two large paintings and their frames from the formerly closed Woodward Opera House…

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Gilding conservation Sculpture Conservation

Golden Sculpture Comes Home to Roost

Sculpture Conservation & Gilding Conservation: While this unusual sculpture conservation treatment was completed in 2014, it is not until now that we can report, with some confidence, its success. This is due to needing a period of years to determine…

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Paintings Conservation Cleveland, Columbus, Ohio

Some Recent Paintings Conservation Cleveland and Columbus

Paintings Conservation: The paintings conservation section of the Cleveland area fine arts conservation center McKay Lodge Art Conservation Laboratory has had a heavy volume of paintings conservation projects from area museums and collectors over the past five years, particularly from…

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