This sand cast sculpture had lost her middle finger which was completely missing from the knuckle up. I had to sculpt a new one and work sand into the clay to mimic the sand casted piece. The new finger was finished with watered down paint & sand.
This piece is over 8 feet tall. We stretched and floated this and two other canvases in a deep black lacquered float frame.
We stretched and floated three large pieces in deep black lacquered float frames.
You can see the damage to the dancer’s blue scarf below the tambourine and in the gold mask above the stage.
The dancer’s blue scarf and gold frame have been restored.
This theatrical piece required restoration to the peeling paint in the dancer’s blue scarf and to the gold frame above the stage. We used papier-mache to repair the frame.
“Time To Play” Mirrored Box
We built the mirror box to display these vintage Civil War cards and pocket watch. Note the reference to card suits in the frame.
Elvis Poster after restoration.
Elvis Poster before restoration.
We restored this damaged Elvis poster. We’ll be sure to frame it under UV glass to prevent future deterioration from the sun.