Imperial Monterey Chair Session 1

    My supervisors, Katie and Mitchell, were trained in the European style of conservation. European and American style conservation differ on some key elements.┬áMembers of the AIC (Mitchell and I both are members) will occasionally get literature in the mail about the latest technologies being used to analyze historic antiquities. In contrast, European conservationContinue reading “Imperial Monterey Chair Session 1”

Please Enjoy This Doodle of Me

I’m really worn out from work yesterday and had a bad night’s sleep. As such, I did want to do some more drawings via Gimp, but I just have no energy to do so. Actually, nevermind, I did sketch something. Please enjoy this doodle I enjoyed doing. My arms look like dough, but I’ve beenContinue reading “Please Enjoy This Doodle of Me”

Kintsugi Study

This is an original sketch I did using Gimp rendering software. I’ve been taking a Photoshop class this term and it’s actually helping me understand Gimp a whole lot better. This is a quick digital painting I did of a Kintsuge style pottery. Kintsuge is a Japanese form of conservation which involves adhering broken potteryContinue reading “Kintsugi Study”

My First Project

This was my first art conservation project. I’ve spent the past year interning with Robert Krueger from his lab at Cascadia Art Conservation Center. Krueger was trained at Buffalo State University and taught me in the protocol of how they teach conservation from documentation to treatments to photography. It was a truly fulfilling experience. ThisContinue reading “My First Project”