The importance of labels on the backs of frames
After excellent skiing in France 2018 has started very busy! I am now listed on the Conservation Register and starting to get some interesting work through the register. In March I completed framing a modern Chinese scroll nearly 2m long and even helped hanging it in the clients dining room – a real treat toRead more about Skiing and Chinese Scrolls[…]
It was a busy week last week with work. On Thursday I travelled up to London to do 3 things: view a potential job, visit the British Museum exhibition The Business of prints and most importantly to choose my Japanese repair papers. I visited the showroom at John Purcell Paper in south London and spentRead more about Paper, Paper all around: Finding the perfect paper for the job.[…]
I had a brilliant time last week at the Conservation by Design 25th Anniversary Conference celebrations. There was a good mix of talks and the opportunity to visit the factory and see how the products are made and put together. I found the polyester pocket machine quite mesmerising! The day started off with Paull MessierRead more about Conservation by Design 25th Anniversary Conference – and a sink.[…]
Wednesday 6th September I spent most of the day at Cardiff Castle queuing up to meet an expert! I took some of my collection along, even took my ‘A’ level project (shockingly discovering it was 27 years old!)…. which reminded me that I really need to have a look at some of my own stuff:Read more about Antiques Roadshow, the experts and selfies….[…]
September 2017…. Thanks to ReAct funding I have just completed a Social Media for Business diploma at Pitman Training in Cardiff. My last day was Friday 1st September and after 27 visits, over 130 hours and 13 modules I can honestly say I really enjoyed it and have got so much out of it! ThisRead more about It’s September and I’ve got no excuses![…]
Yes that’s me – well that’s how I like to think of myself!