Project: The restoration process of a work of art is a multifaceted process. Not only do our conservators repair damage to paintings due to tears, paint flaking or losses, discolored varnish, degradation of previous restoration campaigns, accumulation of layers of grime, dust or debris, structural damage due to water or mechanical fall, but our staff also respects the artist’s original intent; expertly matching the original paint color and material to restore the piece to its former beauty and integrity. Our experienced staff excels in the treatment of all mediums from all artistic genres and time periods, including oil and acrylic on canvas, tempera on panel, and works of art on metal or wood. Whether your artwork is a priceless museum piece or a family heirloom, we will ensure the conservation and restoration process is of museum quality.
Testimonial: "Julie helped me restore a piece of art that came from China, it was ink on rice paper and got stains from humidity. Julie searched for the best solution to do this technical and important work and coordinated everything with the craft man. We are very pleased with the result, and also with the transparency Julie brought to this project: I have learnt a lot about restoration and am very pleased with the result. Both my husband and I are happy to recommend Julie for her professionalism and patience." Claire