Conservation Treatment: Stabilization of fragile paint layers and supports; aesthetic improvement through appropriate cleaning and compensation for loss and damage.
Collections Care: Services including documentation, condition assessments, determination of conservation priorities, and on-site preventative treatment. Consultation on proper environment, lighting, framing, and display. Co-ordination with allied professionals such as curators, registrars and other conservators.
Emergency Conservation: Stabilization treatment for paintings damaged by fire, water, or vandalism.
Services for Art in Transit: Condition reports, courier services, stabilization of paintings in preparation for travel, and consultation with packers and shippers.
Pre-Purchase Consultation: Examination to determine the condition, extent of past treatment, and conservation needs of paintings being considered for purchase.
Assistance with Authentication of Paintings: Technical examination of paintings including chemical or microscopic analysis as well as ultraviolet fluorescence and infrared photography.
Artist Consultation: Technical and materials advice to artists concerned with archival matters.
Artist Estate Consultation: Collections care, conservation treatment, and services for art in transport.
Conservation Education: Active involvement in conservation education and training, publication, research, and lecturing; hosting interns and visiting conservators from around the world; hosting advanced seminars and workshops; presentations at professional meetings; and lectures to interested community groups.