Statuary Restoration and Repair
Based in Ottawa, Canada, Brushworks Statue Restoration and Repair has built a solid reputation for quality work and attention to detail.
With accomplished artist Pauline Furmanczyk Winogron (www.Brushworksottawa.com) overseeing all our projects, Brushworks has restored treasured statues in many churches, presbyteries, chapels, the Canadian Papal Nunciature and for private home clients. Our clients have come from Canada and the United States.
We hope we can be of service to you, and would gladly provide a free estimate for your project -- from a small crucifix repair, to the design and creation of a chapel, restoration of numerous statues or a complete church interior.
Whatever your vision -- Bring it to us at Brushworks!
The Heart of Brushworks
Our artists work in studio and on site
Pauline Furmanczyk Winogron
Pauline is the founder and lead artist at Brushworks. In addition to her focus on Sacred Art and Statue Restoration, Pauline is an accomplished portrait, commercial and fine artist. Learn more at our companion website:
After 3 decades as an award-winning journalist, Steve joined Brushworks as a full-time sculptor and oversees all material restoration. He has restored sculptures from six inches to ten feet tall, in plaster, cement, wood, resin, fiberglass, and steel.
Anastasia is a third-year student in Algonquin College's highly-respected Applied Museum Studies Program.
She is back to apprentice with Brushworks, and involved in cleaning and preparing statuary for restoration.