Restoring Murals By Black Artist Harvey Johnson at TSU That Were Painted Out Similar To Work At Fair Park – See Video

Restoring painted out murals, like we did on the Centennial Building and the Food and Fiber Building is tricky. Next week I’ll be in Houston, Texas visiting Texas Southern University (TSU) to survey, inspect and inventory 168 murals! And while there, I’ll evaluate the Harvey Johnson murals that were painted out to propose their restoration. This work is simliar to a monumental project we did at Fair Park, Dallas, Texas… that turned out great! Here’s a quick video comparing the work we did at Fair Park:

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