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Wednesday, May 28 • 9:30am - 5:00pm
(Workshop) Essentials of Inpainting FULL

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This one-day intensive course offers an overview of the principles of inpainting, as well as tips and techniques from the instructor’s long history of successful inpainting projects. No hands-on component is included, but the illustrated talk will provide a broad overview of this complicated topic, as well as details critical for various points of the compensation process. Keys to problem solving will be offered to help conservators find appropriate and successful treatment solutions for differing inpainting situations. A multi-disciplinary viewpoint will be emphasized. Conservators from diverse specializations and backgrounds - paintings, objects, paper, etc.; traditional and/or modern - are invited to interact, sharing their knowledge and experiences, favorable and otherwise, with colleagues.

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avatar for James Bernstein-[Fellow]

James Bernstein-[Fellow]

Conservator of Paintings and Mixed Media, nSan Francisco, Private Practice
James Bernstein is a familiar figure in the world of art conservation. A graduate of the High School of Music & Art, NYC, he received his undergraduate degree from Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. He was awarded a Masters and Advanced Study Degree in Art Conservation from the Cooperstown... Read More →


Wednesday May 28, 2014 9:30am - 5:00pm PDT
Bayview A