How To Keep Your Artwork in Excellent Condition

While many art collectors spend time and money researching a new painting they want to acquire, few use the same effort in protecting & preserving an artwork's condition once purchased.  To the contrary, most art collectors fail to address art conservation until an artwork is in poor condition needing extensive restoration.  Proper care for art can keep the object as beautiful as the day it was purchased.  The following is a brief introduction on how to care for your precious artwork, no matter what medium in which it was created.

Emergency Art & Collectibles Restoration Services

Many Emergency Restoration Service companies do not possess the knowledge and expertise to restore fine works of art. If your ERS company does not have personnel who are highly trained and experienced in repairing and restoring art and collectibles, you should insist that they retain a professional art restoration / conservation company to provide such services.

Removal & Restoration of Art with Mold

How to conserve and restore delicate materials such as leather or vellum books, paper books, documents, archival records, art works and textiles after water damage once they have mold without damaging the object. Most of the commonly used mold treatments such as regular heat sterilization, methyl bromide, ethylene oxide and ozone bleaching can damage or destroy the delicate structure of a leather or vellum books, paper books, documents, archival records, art works or textile being treated while they are killing the mold or bacteria. This risk to the materials, not to mention damage to the environment, are now of critical importance. The solution is a two step process: vacuum freeze drying and plasma fumigation.

Scientific Examination of Art: Modern Techniques

An overview of what the art conservation field is about, in all its variety and complexity. It provides: 1) Broad reviews of progress in at least some of the major areas of work; 2) Accounts of significant progress in more specific topics on conservation, providing some realistic perspectives on what has been achieved and what has not been achieved in research, particularly that of the past few years.

Worthington Galleries’ New Arrivals Sale

Worthington Galleries NEW ARRIVALS SALE: Buy New Items Before Advertised or Auctioned & PAY NO BUYER'S PREMIUM! (Savings of over 25%)

New Worthington Galleries’ Facilities

Worthington Galleries is opening a new larger fine art facility in the Metro-Nashville area.  This new larger location will accommodate Worthington's rapidly growing art restoration, art storage, and art transportation departments. 

Ideal Environment for Art Storage Whether you manage a museum or library that contains a significant collection or own a gallery that showcases the works of an emerging artistic talent,

Restoration of a Painting

The Repair & Restoration of Antique Paintings There is no “one size fits all” approach to painting restoration, as each work has to be carefully examined to determine which process

Restoration & Preserving Historic Documents, Maps & Photographs

When it comes the restoration, conservation and preservation of historic documents, maps, photographs and other treasured records, there’s a lot more to it than storing items in a cardboard box

What Causes a Painting’s Image to Change?

What Makes a Painting's Image Change? After you have owned a painting for a while, you may begin to notice that the image longer appears as clear or sharp as you remember. If the painting has been properly handled and displayed then the changes are probably due to the natural aging of the painting. Described below are aspects of the natural aging process of paintings.