It takes an artist’s eye to restore your art. Similar to those who created your it, we have developed over years of study, experience and appreciation. As artists ourselves, we use our shared expertise in art techniques to restore your valued pieces.
When I first went into business as an art restorer after college, business was slow. I was not well known or had any reputation (good or bad) of one that had the skill to be trusted with ones’ art objects. In order to make ends meet, I took on the most challenging jobs. These were items that in most cases had nominal intrinsic value or items that the customers were unwilling to spend a lot on. 13480
As the wearer of many hats (I am a mom, a maid, a manager and artist), I am most invigorated by my family. In addition to three generations of Fegans working here, our artists are part of our family too. After 30 years of trusting us with their treasures, our customers are also joining our extended family. This is why I smile every day, because I see my Fegan, artist, and extended family.
Instead of looking for inspiration from famous artists, I am inspired by the creativity of those working around me. My co-workers, friends, and family inspire my art and always encourage me to do my best. I feel that my background in fine and graphic arts/illustration gives me tools to help save challenging pieces of broken artwork.