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Jill Whitten-[PA]

Whitten & Proctor Fine Art Conservation
Co-Director/Painting Conservator
Houston, TX
Jill Whitten received a BFA in Painting from the University of Texas at Austin, and an MA and Certificate of Conservation from Buffalo State College, New York, in 1992. Her work in the field of art conservation includes a collaboration with the National Gallery of Art and the J.Paul Getty Museum to introduce new varnishes to conservation and to produce new retouching paints. She lectures and teaches workshops on these topics internationally. Her past appointments include: the Art Institute of Chicago, J.Paul Getty Museum, Buffalo State College, the National Gallery of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Tuesday, May 30
 

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Wednesday, May 31
 

8:30am

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11:30am

2:55pm

3:30pm

Break in the Exhibit Hall Riverside West Exhibit Hall 004. (Book and Paper) Local cleaning of stained artworks on paper: the new possibilities of rigid gels Riverside West Exhibit HallSophie Barbisan • Catherine Maynor • Anne-Laurence Dupont 037. (Objects) Mending Baskets: Revisiting older approaches with new techniques and inventing better solutions Riverside West Exhibit HallLeah Bright • Betsy Burr • Skyler Jenkins • Dr. Nancy Odegaard • Nicole L Peters • Marilen Pool • Gina Marie Watkinson 039. (Objects) What makes the white in white-on-red ware? A study of two white-on-red Etruscan pithoi. Riverside West Exhibit HallSara Levin • Lynn Lee • Jeffrey Maish 040. (Objects) Investigation of Gold Residues on Glazed Renaissance Sculpture: Gilding the Virtues Riverside West Exhibit HallAbigail Hykin • Catherine Mallinckrodt 041. (Collection Care) The Emergence of the Science of Botany: Preservation of Personal Herbaria Riverside West Exhibit HallOlga Souza Marder • Kelsey Osborn Miller • Catherine Stephens 047. (Objects) Case Study of Regalrez 1126 Used as an Adhesive and Consolidant in the Conservation Treatment of an 18th Century Chinese Amber Cup at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Riverside West Exhibit HallTong Tong 049. (Paintings) 'Rutabaga: In: The Sky' – Creative Solutions to Modern Treatment Problems Riverside West Exhibit HallStephanie Barnes • Craig Huzway • Antje Neumann • Jia-sun Tsang 050. (Objects) The Sharp End of Conservation: Reintroducing Paint to a Mid-Nineteenth Century American Stained-Glass Window Riverside West Exhibit HallAmanda Chau • Drew Anderson 051. (Paintings) Five van Goghs Riverside West Exhibit HallThomas Heller 052. (Paintings) Alternative methodology for traditional interventions: Loose lining in colonial paintings Riverside West Exhibit HallDamasia Gallegos • Ana Morales • Dolores González Pondal 064. (Paintings) The Evolution of a Method: Optimizing the Use of Evolon® CR to Poultice Varnish on a Large Scale Riverside West Exhibit HallKari Rayner 076. (Health and Safety) Replacement of toxic solvents: a practical approach for art conservation studios Riverside West Exhibit HallLuciana Murcia 085. (Paintings) Future prospects of conservation treatments with a micro-aspirator tool Riverside West Exhibit HallFriederike Steckling • Markus Gross • Dr. Nadim C. Scherrer • Dr. Stefan Zumbühl

4:55pm