Shrine of the Divine Mercy Restoration | ARI Restoration International
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Shrine of the Divine Mercy Restoration

Bronze Sculpture, Restored Patina

ARI structurally repaired and restored the patina on over 50 life-size statues depicting the Stations of the Cross. The sculptures were cast by Canadian sculptor Timothy Schmalz and are located on the 375 acres of land known as Eden Hill in the Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts.

We reached out to Richard Byrne and his team to address the cracks and discoloration that had developed in the bronze sculptures. The sculptures are maintained annually and because of their skill and craftsmanship, the public are able to once again enjoy the Stations of the Cross on our property. ~ Brother Mark Fanders, National Shrine of the Divine Mercies

Restoration, Sacred Art