For several years, I have been restoring both my own encaustic paintings and those of art collectors. If you have an encaustic painting or object that needs repair, please fill out the form below. I will need pictures of the damage so that I can best assess the damage and estimate how much time it will take.

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Restoration Work Sample

 Absolute Horizon II, encaustic and oil on panel, 24" x 70". This painting of mine froze in transit to a client in Washington D.C. during the 2014 arctic blast. It took me 40 hours to fix this piece. This image is of the restored painting.

Absolute Horizon II, encaustic and oil on panel, 24" x 70". This painting of mine froze in transit to a client in Washington D.C. during the 2014 arctic blast. It took me 40 hours to fix this piece. This image is of the restored painting.

Below is also a slide show of the piece and the before and after repair process. The client unfortunately did not want the painting back. Luckily, the initally tragic story of this painting had a very happy ending when it sold soon after through my Seattle gallery to a chemical engineer in Midland, TX. Past repair projects have been for artists Melinda Stickney Gibson, Phoencia, NY, Lisa Pressman South Orange, NJ and Mark Bettis in Asheville, NC.