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Jay Hamburger | Park Record Deborah Uhl, a painting conservator, repairs the Banksy artwork in Park City on March 29, 2014. A vandal damaged the art about Jan. 1, 2014.
Banksy work in Park City restored after vandalism
Banksy » Famed graffiti artist’s work in Park City rescued by Deborah Uhl.
First Published Apr 02 2014 09:06 am • Last Updated Apr 02 2014 10:54 pm

Park City • It was in broad daylight on Saturday when Deborah Uhl stepped toward the Banksy angel image on the Cunningham Building garage just off Main Street gripping a can of white spray paint.

A touch of here, another touch there. It took only a few seconds or so each time she carefully added a bit of the white paint to the piece depicting a kneeling angel boy.

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Uhl, a painting conservator from Telluride, Colo., was summoned to Park City in January by the owner of the Cunningham building to attempt to save the Banksy after the New Year’s vandalism. Uhl in January removed approximately half of the vandal’s graffiti and returned to Park City last Wednesday to take off most of the rest and then restore the original Banksy image.

For the remainder of this story and to see a video of the restoration, click here to go to The Park Record. The Park Record and The Salt Lake Tribune are both properties of Digital First Media.




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