Sculpture Restoration – State of the Art Gallery has seen a growing business in the restoration of fine bronze and marble sculpture.
• In 2004, the interior and exterior of the Lafayette Statue in Haverhill, Massachusetts was removed, restored, and returned to a different location, under the direction of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation.
• Eight bronze plaques with the names of war dead from the Civil War, Spanish American War and World War I, located in the City Hall of Gloucester, Massachusetts were restored in 2014.
• Gallery owner Roger Armstrong designed the World War II Memorial Monument in Gloucester that was dedicated to the City in 2006.
• The Gallery competed to restore the famous bronze doors on the A. Piatt Andrew Bridge over the Annisquam River as part of the Bridge restoration project by the Department of Transportation.
• Four bronze plaques located at the base of the Joan of Arc Statue, and two bronze plaques on the Spanish-American Memorial on Prospect Street, Gloucester were restored in 2015.