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Kent Twitchell

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Background Information

Employment History

Mural Instructor

Fresco School, Los Angeles


Affiliations

Biola University

Co-Founder


Laguna College of Art and Design

Advisor and Mentor


The Fresco School

Faculty Member


Education

Los Angeles Otis College of Art and Design


BA

California State University , Los Angeles


MFA

Otis Art Institute


Masters

Fine Art

Otis


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art degree


Web References(139 Total References)


About Us | Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles

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Kent Twitchell
MCLA Co-Founder


Press | Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles

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I co-founded a little NGO with artist Kent Twitchell some years ago called the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles.
One of the biggest of supporters of the ordinance was muralist Kent Twitchell, he painted the Freeway lady along the 101, the LA Marathon Mural, and giant Los Angeles Conservancy portraits next to the 110 freeway in Downtown LA. Twitchell also co founded the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles. These two murals, Jim Morphesis Monument and Lita Albuquerque Monument, painted by Kent Twitchell for the 1984 Summer Olympics have been recently restored by the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles (MCLA) in coordination with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). The Los Angeles Mural Conservancy is leading the restoration of Kent Twitchell's "Jim Morphesis Monument," one segment of his "Seventh Street Altarpiece" at Grand and the 101 Freeway. One of LA's most famous muralists, Kent Twitchell, remembers the 1960s and 70s fondly. "We turned it into the Mural Capital of the World," says Twitchell, recalling an LA that left murals unregulated, and when graffiti was of no real concern. Decades later, most public murals, even his, are of a bygone era, either removed, defaced beyond recognition or neglected to the point of complete destruction.


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Above, Kent Twitchell's "Steve McQueen Monument," now destroyed (Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Times).
Disclosure time: I co-founded a little NGO with artist Kent Twitchell some years ago called the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles.


Press | Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles

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I co-founded a little NGO with artist Kent Twitchell some years ago called the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles.
One of the biggest of supporters of the ordinance was muralist Kent Twitchell, he painted the Freeway lady along the 101, the LA Marathon Mural, and giant Los Angeles Conservancy portraits next to the 110 freeway in Downtown LA. Twitchell also co founded the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles. These two murals, Jim Morphesis Monument and Lita Albuquerque Monument, painted by Kent Twitchell for the 1984 Summer Olympics have been recently restored by the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles (MCLA) in coordination with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). The Los Angeles Mural Conservancy is leading the restoration of Kent Twitchell's "Jim Morphesis Monument," one segment of his "Seventh Street Altarpiece" at Grand and the 101 Freeway. One of LA's most famous muralists, Kent Twitchell, remembers the 1960s and 70s fondly. "We turned it into the Mural Capital of the World," says Twitchell, recalling an LA that left murals unregulated, and when graffiti was of no real concern. Decades later, most public murals, even his, are of a bygone era, either removed, defaced beyond recognition or neglected to the point of complete destruction.


Biola Jesus Mural Tested for Art Conservation Needs - Collaboration with Artist Kent Twitchell | Fine Art Conservation Laboratories (FACL, Inc.)

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Biola Jesus Mural Tested for Art Conservation Needs - Collaboration with Artist Kent Twitchell
Posted onJune 12, 2011byScott M. Haskins I met with Kent Twitchell at the end of last week and we looked over his mural at Biola University in La Mirada (Los Angeles), CA. Known as the Biola Jesus Mural, here is the video of our tests and conversations: I'll make another video next week about the first phase of treatment. Its a very cool project. Kent is great to work with. Kent Twitchell's Jesus Mural at Biola Kent Twitchell's Jesus Mural at Biola University Be Sociable, Share! One Response to Biola Jesus Mural Tested for Art Conservation Needs - Collaboration with Artist Kent Twitchell


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