Art conservators are highly specialized art professionals who are involved in preserving and conserving artwork, antiques, or artefacts usually in art galleries, libraries, archives, or art auctions. These professionals possess profound knowledge of the arts and strong familiarity with the different artists and art styles. Art conservators are important in ensuring the quality of artworks over time and making sure that these do not lose their beauty or artistic qualities. Their work entails a lot of research and review. Art conservators must therefore be patient and resourceful.
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Edge Hill, Liverpool
Merseyside, L7 8JH
Driven and committed art conservator hopes to share my passion and expertise in the arts for the effective preservation of important artworks and artefacts for use of the next generations.
Summary of Qualification
- With five years of professional experience as an art conservator.
- Possess a solid knowledge of fine arts, art history, and culture.
- Sound knowledge of relevant principles and techniques in science and chemistry.
- Strong decision-making and trouble-shooting skills.
- Knowledgeable of various methods of art conservation and abreast of advancements in the field.
Career Experience/Job History
2005 – Present: Art Conservator, Liverpool Museum
- Assess the quality of artworks and artefacts and determine the need for conservation efforts.
- Determine the best technique of conserving artworks by analysing their chemical composition and type of materials used.
- Provide best environment for storage of artefacts and artwork.
2001 – 2004: Master of Arts in Art Conservation, Liverpool University
1997 – 2001: Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts, Liverpool University
Professional reference will be furnished upon request.