Representative Project List:

           Wall Paintings –

Lancaster Courthouse, Robert Mills Architect, Lancaster, SC. ,Conservation of Civil war era graffiti on plaster walls (2009).

City of Belmont, NC, Post Office, Conservation of WPA period  painting by Peter DeAnna, 1940, “Major William Chronicle’s South Fork Boys” oil on canvas adhered to plaster wall. (2008)

Clemson University, Clemson, SC. Conservation of fresco painting by Martha and Robert St. Hubert, “ Meditations in Art” 1950. (2007)

Central Baptist Church, Charleston, SC. Conservation of wall and ceiling paintings by itinerate painter Amohamen Millai, Treatment was executed in collaboration with Rogers Art Conservation LLC, 1920’s Tempera on plaster wall (2002).

The Oratory, Rock Hill, SC. Conservation of fresco by Jean Charlot (2002).  

Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish, Baton Rouge, LA. Treatment of fourteen large wall paintings by Dom Gregory Dewitt, this included the Apse ceiling painting. (2001).

 

            Wallpaper –

Converse College, Kuhn Hall, Spartanburg, SC. Conservation of the Kuhn Hall Mural, a gouache on paper landscape measuring over 13’ in length by 7’ wide (2009).

            University of South Carolina, President’s House, Columbia, SC. Conservation of late 1800’s wallpaper, installed during the 1950’s (2008).

Private Owner. Conservation of approximately 4 panels of circa 1800s paper, 18 1/2” wide and 72” long (2004).  Treatment was executed in collaboration with Rogers Art Conservation LLC.

    

Easel Paintings –

Johnson Collection, Spartanburg, SC. Conservation of “Self Portrait” by August Cook and “Portrait” (2010).

University of South Carolina McKissick Museum, Columbia, SC. Conservation of over ten portraits including “President Leonard Baker” by Charles Mason Crowson, “William Preston” by William Scarborough, (2008-2010).

Private Owner. Conservation of “Thomas Murphy Doyle” by John Wesley Jarvis (2009).

            Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. Conservation of “Dans la Flamme qui consomme” by Manessier (2010).

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. Conservation of “Motivo Curvilineo” by Victor Pasmore (2009).

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. Conservation of “Suite friulana” by Giuseppe Santomaso (2009).

Huntsville Museum of Art. Conservation of “Portrait of Miss Ellie Lowe” by W. Frye (2009).

            Private Owner. Conservation of “Lady Hamilton” by Sir Joshua Reynolds (2009).

Johnson Collection, Spartanburg, SC. Conservation of “Ducks” by David Henderson (2009).

Columbia Museum of Art. Conservation of “Blanche and Rosalie Sully” by Thomas Sully (2008).

Columbia Museum of Art. Conservation of “Mardi Gras” by Sebastian Vrancx (2008).

University of South Carolina - South Carolina Caroliniana Library. Conservation of “Jonathan Maxey” by John Trumbull (2008).

Furman University, Greenville, SC. Conservation of “Harvesting Grain” by J.J. Hughes and “Streams in a Mountainous Landscape” by Frederick Hulme (2008).

Furman University, Greenville, SC. Conservation of “Autumn” by Richard Andrew (2008).

           Private Owner. Conservation of “Boar’s Head Still Life” by Frans Snyder (2007).

South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, SC. Conservation of “Untitled” from Cagnes Sur Mer by William H. Johnson (2007); “Columbia Skyline” by Eugene Duvillier (2007); “Portrait of Samuel Hammond” by P.P. Carter (2007); “Portrait of John Baylis Earle” (2006);“Portrait of Wade Hampton” by A.C. Guerry (2000).

Furman University, Greenville, SC. Conservation of “Travelers in a River Landscape with Cows” by T. Carter (2006).

South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, SC. The conservation of approximately twenty-five paintings by Edmund Yaghjian including “Looking Down the Hudson”, “Sunday Papers”, “Bridges on the East River”, “Jersey Across Rooftops”, “Marble Quarry”, and “Jitterbugging on the Mall” (2006).

Private Owner. Conservation of “Religious Scene” by 17th Century artist Elisabetta Sirani (2003).

Museum of York County. Conservation of “Daughter” and  “Homeplace” both by Lee Settlemyre, Jr. (2000).