Jersey Museum and Art Gallery
Conservation plays a very important role with heritage in helping to maintain and preserve our history for us to learn and enjoy from.
Some of the watercolours and prints in our Blampied exhibition were recently conserved and restored by Lisa OxendenWray of Baudains Art Conservation. Lisa has a degree in Paper Conservation from Camberwell College of Arts and Crafts as a well as a Postgraduate Diploma in the History of Art from the Coutauld Institute of Art.
She has been specialising in the conservation and restoration of prints, drawings and watercolours for over twenty years and will be at the Jersey museum to give a short illustrated talk on the techniques and processes she worked with on the Blampieds she conserved for the exhibition.
Talks start at 1pm in the AV theatre on the last Friday of each month for the duration of the Blampied exhibition. Each illustrated talk will run for approximately 30 minutes. Questions are welcome.
The talk is free, but normal Jersey Museum entry fee applies.