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Arthur Femenella, Sr. discusses projects that demonstrate the historical knowledge, project management and ability to meet challenges in preservation and restoration of stained glass, wood windows and steel windows.  Theses videos discuss methods, materials and the process utilized by Femenella & Associates.

 

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Arthur Femenella Sr. discusses the before and after restoration of A Gilded Space before the APTNE Symposium in 2012. This video discusses the methods, materials and challenges presented to Femenella & Associates.  Femenella & Associates have won numerous preservation awards, including the prestigious Lucy B. Moses Award and continued recognition from historic theatre groups.

Arthur Femenella Sr. speaking at the Annual APTNE Meeting & Symposium. Lalique Cast Glass Facade, the Coty Building, NYC: Conservation with Epoxy and Replication of Damaged Cast Glass Panels. (Part 1 of 2)

 

Arthur Femenella Sr. speaking at the Annual APTNE Meeting & Symposium. Lalique Cast Glass Facade, the Coty Building, NYC: Conservation with Epoxy and Replication of Damaged Cast Glass Panels. (Part 2 of 2)

 


In October 2004 St. Bernard's Church, Bernardsville, NJ was almost destroyed by fire and underwent a painstaking $5m restoration completed in 2008. One of the greatest losses was to the Clayton and Bell 1898 windows, especially the Oculus. Art Femenella and Kathy Jordan will discuss conservation challenges and the long journey to restore these windows and reconstruct the oculus from research through to the restoration and re-installation. This is a fascinating story and provides insights into the careful conservation approach necessary after a disaster. (Part 1 of 3)


In October 2004 St. Bernard's Church, Bernardsville, NJ was almost destroyed by fire and underwent a painstaking $5m restoration completed in 2008. One of the greatest losses was to the Clayton and Bell 1898 windows, especially the Oculus. Art Femenella and Kathy Jordan will discuss conservation challenges and the long journey to restore these windows and reconstruct the oculus from research through to the restoration and re-installation. This is a fascinating story and provides insights into the careful conservation approach necessary after a disaster. (Part 2 of 3)

 

In October 2004 St. Bernard's Church, Bernardsville, NJ was almost destroyed by fire and underwent a painstaking $5m restoration completed in 2008. One of the greatest losses was to the Clayton and Bell 1898 windows, especially the Oculus. Art Femenella and Kathy Jordan will discuss conservation challenges and the long journey to restore these windows and reconstruct the oculus from research through to the restoration and re-installation. This is a fascinating story and provides insights into the careful conservation approach necessary after a disaster. (Part 3 of 3)

 


 

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