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

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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 article entitled, “Art Conservator Restores Paintings in Santa Barbara and Around the World” – Art Restorer/Conservator, Scott M. Haskins, Featured in Life Section of Newspaper CLICK HERE: http://www.fineartconservationlab.com/media-room/art-restorerconservator-scott-m-haskins-featured-in-life-section-of-newspaper/
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Scott M. Haskins

About Scott Haskins

Scott M. Haskins has been in the field of professional art conservation since 1975. He studied and worked doing mural and painting conservation in Italy until 1979. He headed up the painting conservation laboratory at Brigham Young University for the BYU Permanent Art Collection and the LDS HIstorical Department until 1984. He works from Santa Barbara, CA providing art conservation services nationwide. He is also the author of "How To Save Your Stuff From A Disaster."
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3 Responses to Art Restorer/Conservator, Scott M. Haskins, Featured in Life Section of Newspaper

  1. Rich Haskell says:

    “New life for old art” I love it Scott! Thanks for providing your great work unto the community.

  2. Vanessa says:

    Congrats Scott! Great article :)

  3. Congratulations on your recent success and feature! Your work seems like something that is good for society and must be gratifying. :)

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