Fine Arts Committee Conserves Littleton’s Outdoor Art

As a member of the Fine Arts Committee I am proud of the work that we accomplished with the help of Barbara Johnson, Conservator of Art Objects this past summer.  Barbara was hired to examine nine outdoor bronze scupltures. This was the first time they have been carefully examined, cleaned and waxed.  The work was very rewarding – the results were astounding and dramatic.  Thank you to all those that expressed your appreciation to us as we were working and for those that contacted us with words of thanks.

 

I am including three pictures of before and afters of three different scupltures.  If you would like to see more you can go to the city’s web site and take a look at the Council meeting video from October 20th.  Barbara Johnson presented an overview of the work that was done.

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3 Responses

  1. Pretty funny. When I roll my cursor over the individual pictures, it has them titled as FART, FART1 and FART2.

    However, the work done in them is a definite improvement.

    • Jim – Thanks for the heads up – I have changd the labels for the files. Glad you saw the humor and could see the difference the committe made to the bronze collection in Littleton. We are going to be doing some more work in the area of preservation the more pieces of the Littleton Fine Arts Committee’s collection.

  2. I have searched my heart For the words to say just how much u mean to me You are all of Gods Blessings rolled into one.

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