Inuit Art in the Studio

Inuit Art in the Studio

One of the projects we are working on this week is the conservation treatment of a large lithograph by the Inuit artist, Kenojuak Ashevak. This is one of several Inuit prints by Cape Dorset artists that we have worked on…

Going for gold

Going for gold

Some of us at the studio have been watching an awful lot of Winter Olympics coverage this week…so we were very excited when our friendly UPS driver dropped this off yesterday! A client recently found this in an attic. It…

Two very large posters

Two very large posters

The care and treatment of oversize objects has been on our minds a lot lately. Big paper objects such as movie posters and blueprints are especially susceptible to damage, simply because it can be so difficult to store them safely….

NEW DATE -- Upcoming Workshop - Preservation of Large Format Works on Paper

NEW DATE — Upcoming Workshop – Preservation of Large Format Works on Paper

We decided to start off 2014 with a long overdue blog post. We plan to update the Pulp Fixin’ blog on a much more regular basis this year, so please keep checking for new stories. As paper conservators, we spend…

Highlights from recent work for antique dealers

Highlights from recent work for antique dealers

At Works on Paper, we are fortunate to work with some of the most respected early American and Folk Art dealers in the country. We have been especially busy during the last few months helping conserve some really special pieces…