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Provo City Center Temple Floats in the air…


The “floating temple” has made news. Here’s an article about the process. Click around the website… there are other articles and photos of religious buildings that are amazing: By way of reporting in on an old issue. When the … Continue reading

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Teichert Murals from Montpelier and much more…


I finally arrived home┬álet evening with about $3 million worth of art in the back of the Suburban. Today we’ll unleash the power and smarts of the team at the lab, get everything “logged in” evaluated, tested, photographed and organized. … Continue reading

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Pioneer Art and Murals


Here’s the intro video for the website on Pioneer Art Restoration ( Sorry we haven’t posted anything interesting lately. Some of my help graduated from school and moved on (interns). But an interesting conversation I had the other day was … Continue reading

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Art Restorer/Conservator, Scott M. Haskins, Featured in Life Section of Newspaper


Marilyn McMahan, staffwriter of the Life Section of the Santa Barbara News-Press published a feature article on me and our art conservation lab last week. I was appreciative for the major coverage, photos and placement they gave! Here is the … Continue reading

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LDS Rome Temple Construction Update


This isn’t really about art conservation but it might be indirectly connected later on! On May 28th we were in Rome and on that Sunday evening we went to the site where the new LDS temple is being built. We … Continue reading

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Provo Tabernacle Update- See photo of original historical decorative painting never before seen


Some of you may already know that the Provo Tabernacle that burned in December last year, December 18, 2010 will be restored on the outside to it’s historic appearance but that its use and purpose will change. The LDS Church … Continue reading

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