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Museum Exhibits

Femenella and Associates can provide a full list of museum exhibition services. The principal of the firm is currently the conservator and curator for the In Company With Angels collection of Tiffany windows currently touring the United States. Mr. Femenella has handled windows, lamps and objects by Louis Comfort Tiffany, John LaFarge and Frank Lloyd Wright for museums in the United States and abroad as well as providing stained glass window restoration services. We are especially well-suited to assist with traveling exhibitions.

In Company With Angels
Collection Currently Touring The United States

Restoration of seven Tiffany angel windows each measuring 24" x 84". The stained glass window restoration included: documentation, edge-gluing, partial releading, wood window restoration of the frames, design and fabrication of decorative display light boxes. Mr. Femenella was selected to be the curator of this window collection that is currently touring museums across the United States.

Louis Comfort Tiffany "Masterworks" Exhibition
Renwick Gallery, Nmaa, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Museum Of Art, New York.

1. Sarah Fay Memorial window, 5' wide x 13' high
2. Helen Gould Memorial window, 5' w x 12' h
3. Four Seasons window, 4' w x 8' h
4. Peacock window, 30" w x 10' h
5. Cockatoo window, 30" w x 10' h
6. Magnolia and Wisteria window, 4 panels each 32" w x 78" h
7. Magnolia window, 42" w x 24" h
8. Landscape Triptych window, 3 panels each 30" w x 80" h
9. Hydrangea window, 38" w x 44" h
10. Peonies in a Copper Pitcher, 46" w x 62" h

The stained glass window restoration project included: Initial condition reports and conservation proposals. Supervised conservation efforts that included edge-gluing, cleaning, partial releading, restructuring and reframing. Mounting and dismounting of the exhibition at the various venues.

Louis Comfort Tiffany "Masterworks" Exhibition
Tokyo, Kobe, Nagoya, And Toyama, Japan.

Various duties in assisting the Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Company with the traveling exhibition of 94 pieces of Tiffany glass art at four museums in Japan. Exhibit included 10 windows; 28 table and floor lamps; and 52 vases, paperweights, paintings, and other decorative objects.

Prepared initial condition reports
Designed and fabricated custom crating
Assisted the curators with the mounting and dismounting of the objects at each venue

La Farge Exhibition - National Museum of American Art (NMAA), Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

The stained glass window restoration of nine of the ten windows exhibited. Consulted with museum staff for designs of light boxes, exhibition space and shipping crates. Supervised the conservation of the windows and the mounting and dismounting of exhibit at two of the three venues. Supervised crating and shipping from the NMAA to Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh and then to the Museum of Fine Art, Boston. (Project completed while Vice-President of Greenland Studio, New York.)

Windows included in the Exhibition:

Butterflies
Arabesque Fire Screen
Boston Peonies in the Wind
Washington Peonies in the Wind
Fish
Bacchus and Child
Peacock and Peonies from NMAA, and Dawn on the Edge of Night.

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More photos of the Tiffany window being installed at Calvary Center for Culture and Community. Calvary Church is home to the two largest signed Tiffany window ensembles

Newly restored Tiffany windows are currently being installed into the Calvary Center in Philly. This is just one of 24 panels in the large window. Thanks Leah for

The scaffolding is down at Central Presbyterian in Manhattan to reveal the newly restored west window! It’s a beautiful example of a Gothic revival style stained

New wood sash in progress for the new train station in New York City! #woodwindows

Trinity Wall St studio visit | Restoration is in full force for the church’s historic stained glass windows. We are honored to be a part of this project!

Swipe to see the before photos of these beautiful doors at 5th Ave Presbyterian. The leaded glass and wood were restored by Femenella.

BIG NEWS❗️Femenella has a new website! We created a user-friendly site to make for a better experience for our valued clients and anyone interested in our company.

A #beforeandafter of a dutchman repair at a steel frame. These windows were restored for Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. #steel #restoration #steelwindows

Femenella is at the Annual @aptne_ Symposium today learning about restoring historic theaters! Here’s a few photos of the Belasco Theatre where Femenella and Associates

A beautiful #beforeandafter from Yale Sterling Memorial Library. The bronze frames and sash were restored along with the leaded glass panels.

St. Barnabas stained glass restoration project was just completed this winter

Finishing up the window restoration at the 30th st station in Philadelphia, steel windows were restored with custom bubble glass.

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10 County Line Road,
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Branchburg, NJ 08876
Phone: (908) 722-6526

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