James Surls "Again in the Meadows" Hall Park - Frisco, Texas
Upkeep and maintenance of a public art collection is essential to preserving the life of an artwork. Annual conservation efforts not only improve the look of a piece, but help extend the protection of the artwork (particularly in an outdoor environment). A poorly maintained sculpture not only invites more costly repairs in the future, but encourages more damage through a look of obvious neglect.
Employing a staff with a combined talent of fifty years in outdoor and indoor sculpture conservation in both NYC and Texas, our studio can offer consultation and assistance in the repair and preservation of a wide variety of artworks in public and private collections.
Bolivar Bronze can service a variety of sculpture types including bronze, steel, stainless steel, iron, concrete, fiberglass, stone, and other materials.
In addition to private individuals and collectors we provide our services to public and private institutions including the City of Frisco, the University of North Texas, the City of Denton and Hall Park in Frisco, Texas.
Above: Anita Pauwels "Cattle Drive" (2003) - Central Park, City of Frisco, Texas
Anthony Quinn "Dancer" (1984) - Private Collection