Conservation DistList Archives [Date] [Subject] [Author] [SEARCH]

Subject: Talk on acrylic paints and surface cleaning

Talk on acrylic paints and surface cleaning

From: Alexandra Gent <alexandrarosegent<-at->
Date: Wednesday, September 23, 2009
The ICON Paintings Group
Invite you to a talk given by

Bronwyn Ormsby
Senior Conservation Scientist leading the

    Acrylic Paints and Surface Cleaning -
    Conclusions and Reflections on the Tate AXA Art Modern Paints
    Project (TAAMPP):

at the ICON Office
1 London Bridge, London SE1 9BG
Wednesday, 4 November 2009
6.30pm prompt

Tickets:
    ICON members:  UKP5
    non- members: UKP10

    Please register to be sure your name is on the security list at
    the door no later than Monday, 2 November 2009 telling us if you
    are an ICON member. Refreshments will be served.

RSVP FinnClare<-at->aol<.>com or Clare Finn: +44 20 7937 1895

Following on from the talk Dr. Bronwyn Ormsby, Senior Conservation
Scientist at Tate, gave in October 2007, half way through the Tate
AXA Art Modern Paints Project (2006 - 2009), this talk will present
the project's major findings with an emphasis on results pertaining
to practical issues. This soon to be completed AXA Art funded
project has consisted of five important aspects relating to the
wet-cleaning and preservation of acrylic emulsion paints and
paintings including: general paint properties; cleaning solution
efficacy; varnish removal; dirt deposition and the evaluation of
surface cleaning treatments on acrylic emulsion paintings from
Tate's collection. Ongoing collaborative research, future plans and
areas requiring further research will also be highlighted.


                                  ***
                  Conservation DistList Instance 23:9
               Distributed: Thursday, September 24, 2009
                        Message Id: cdl-23-9-012
                                  ***
Received on Wednesday, 23 September, 2009

[Search all CoOL documents]


URL: http://cool.conservation-us.org/byform/mailing-lists/cdl/2009/0700.html
Timestamp: Sunday, 04-Sep-2016 12:36:52 PDT
Retrieved: Monday, 20-Nov-2017 13:40:47 GMT