From Stacey’s Kitchen

Stacey has been crazy busy preparing objects and textiles for the new building, and she didn’t have time to write a blog post about how she made the “mummy” that supports our Golden Boy…So we stole her recipe:

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And here are some of Stacey’s awesome¬†mummy-making photos¬†with captions on Flickr:

5 Comments

  1. Caroline
    Posted March 26, 2010 at 9:52 am | Permalink

    While Stacey was busy in the kitchen, Golden Boy was hovering the background, supposedly ‘supervising’… but really, he was just singing to himself: “Bring back, bring back, Oh! Bring back my mummy to me, to me….”

  2. Irene Lejman
    Posted April 3, 2010 at 9:17 pm | Permalink

    Fascinating photos! Can’t wait to see the finished product on display. What a talent!

  3. Irene Lejman
    Posted April 12, 2010 at 10:43 am | Permalink

    More on my previous comment…would love to have Stacey do a lecture on this project. Perhaps at a Lunch/Lecture!!

  4. Posted April 27, 2010 at 6:50 pm | Permalink

    Congratulations to the staff of the NCMA`s who are working on the “Golden Boy”!
    I was searching about plexiglass mounts which I`m now particularly analyzing so I found your website and the the presentation of the complex case of the Mummy skeleton.
    I read previously a note on this blog by your colleague which “loudly” criticized the plexiglass mount. How exactly the plexiglass mount ruined the parts of the G.B.?
    Also, I could not find any information how the G.B. arrived at your Museum (it`s origin, dating…).

    Thanks.

    Ivana Nina Unkovic
    Conservator-Restorer
    Croatian Conservation Institute

  5. Barbara
    Posted September 14, 2011 at 1:51 pm | Permalink

    It IS nice to see Golden Boy’s pieces “where they belong,” but I have often wondered why the mount is not colored? Why stark white? No criticism, just wondering. Was there some consideration of addiing a backgroung solor, or might that damage the work? It certainly goes with the surrounding walls!

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