The Conservation Framing Series

Sunday, October 23, 2016, 10-11:30 am

A Workshop with Bruce Knackert

Sundays, 10-11:30 am (stop in early for coffee and bagels)
Fee: $10 / $5 members per session
Registration: Register by phone at 414-446-8794 or at the door.

Bruce Knackert manages Lynden's indoor collection of paintings, small sculpture and works on paper. In this series, he demonstrates framing practices and pitfalls for works on paper to help you speak knowledgeably to framers and preserve your own collection.

October 23: Archival Mats, Mounts and Framing
Online registration closed. Walk-ins welcome.
Working with a piece from the Lynden collection with clear signs of the effects of improper matting (in this case, an untitled Arpels watercolor showing the Manhattan skyline with Brooklyn Bridge, purchased in 1965), Knackert will unframe and then reframe the work step-by-step, discussing and demonstrating options for proper glazing, matting, and mounting along the way.

About Bruce Knackert

For the past 30 years, Bruce Knackert has worked at a number of university art galleries, art museums, a natural history museum and a private art gallery. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in studio art from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and a Master of Arts degree in painting and drawing from Ball State University where he held an assistantship in the registration and preparation departments.


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