Related Links1 American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.2How to select a conservator. 3 Find a conservator in your area. 4AIC Books and Paper Specialty Group.5AIC The Objects Specialty Group (OSG). 6 Conservation online. 7 IIC Spanish Group/Grupo Español del IIC.8International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. 9 Bibliographic Database of the Conservation Information Network.10 Centro Nacional de Conservación y Restauración de Chile.11Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute. 12 Unesco Icomos Documentation Center.
"The primary goal of conservation professionals (individuals with extensive training and special expertise) is the preservation of cultural property. Cultural property consists of individual objects, structures, or aggregate collections. It is material which has significance that may be artistic, historical, scientific, religious, or social. It is an invaluable and irreplaceable legacy that must be preserved for future generations". (Code of Ethics. American Institute of Conservation, AIC)
Our Studio seeks the conservation and preservation of works of art through treatments applied following internationally established standards. Our staff, museum trained, college educated and gathering more than 35 years of experience, is recognized for the highest quality in their work. Through treatment, the conservators maintain the aesthetic and physical integrity of works of art, while following the ethics of the profession.