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Subject: Lecture on conservation colors, artist's pigments and contemporary painting

Lecture on conservation colors, artist's pigments and contemporary painting

From: Elisa Stewart <elisastewart<-at->
Date: Saturday, April 13, 2013
Lecture

Robert Gamblin on Conservation Colors, Artist's Pigments and
    Contemporary Painting
Cantor Arts Center Auditorium
Stanford University
Saturday, April 27, 2013
10:30am - 12:30pm
followed by a reception with the speaker

Presented by the Bay Area Art Conservation Guild and the
Conservation Laboratories on Stanford Campus: Cantor Arts Center,
Hoover Institution and Stanford Libraries

A talk by Robert Gamblin about the Gamblin Conservation Colors, the
new pigmented wax/resin for fills, properties of artists pigments,
and some issues of contemporary painting that will be of interest to
conservators and artists alike.

Robert Gamblin founded Gamblin Conservation Colors
<URL:http://www.conservationcolors.com> in 2000.

The company makes color for conservators and restorers world wide to
use in the repair of damaged artwork. The colors are used by the
conservation departments in most of the major museums. The company
was the result of a 5-year research project led by Rene de la Rie,
Head of the Science Dept., National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.;
Mark Leonard, Head of Conservation, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los
Angeles California; and Jill Whitten, Whitten Proctor Conservation,
Houston Texas. Robert lives and shares a wonderful studio with his
wife Catherine Kumlin (Gamblin) in Portland Oregon.

Free to BAACG members, $15 for non-members

RSVP to baacg.info<-at->gmail<.>com

Elisa Stewart
Web Presence Coordinator for BAACG (Bay Area Art Conservation Guild)
408-813-0190


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