Museum of Divine Statues

Museum of Divine Statues

Thursday, November 19, 2015

"Stepping Out" a Unique Boutique December 5th

Please join us for
Stepping Out - a Holiday Boutique
Saturday, December 5th from
12:00 - 4:00 pm.

A benefit for the Museum of Divine Statues. Admission is $10.

Your admission includes hors d'oeuvres, desserts, door prizes, raffle, and instant cash from Gold & Silver Events for your unwanted gold, silver, and platinum items. There will be many vendors, including STEM Homemade Soaps, High Pockets - a mobile boutique, Girls Best Trend bags and accessories, Premier Designs Jewelry, Bright Green Gift Shop, Your Daily Art Jewelry and more.

The Museum of Divine Statues will be open and free with event admission.

If you have any questions please call Monica Thomas at 216-952-2123

Parking is available two doors down at Madison Park and on the street.

Friday, July 10, 2015

Museum of Divine Statues Fundraiser 2015

The Museum of Divine Statues Fundraiser for 2015 is in Saturday September 26th. You can purchase tickets online here, or call 216-228-9950.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Ongoing Restoration Work

Lou McClung at work restoring a statue

Restoration work by artist Lou McClung is an on-going endeavor. Not only does he restore statues for his Museum of Divine Statues, but he also does commissions for institutions and individuals of both old statuary that has fallen into disrepair and new statuary that needs to be painted. He draws on his experience as a make-up artist with his own business (Lusso Cosmetics) when restoring these often neglected pieces of beautiful statuary. 

Most of the older pieces are made of plaster and horse hair, so they frequently have had paint chip away, have lost fingers, or other elements, of their original form as they have been moved and jostled throughout the years. Lou also uses his experience in construction to craft solutions for anything from a missing hand to a broken pedestal, before his even begins to apply paint. The end result being a statue that often looks better then it did originally and now has renewed life. His respect for old world craftsmanship coupled with his desire to preserve history, have brought about a museum (housed in a re-proposed church) and a restoration business which gives these beautiful old pieces of statuary a new life, which young and old can experience anew.

For more information on restoration or commissions please visit

Lou uses his experience as a makeup artist to give his statuary natural looking faces and features