Tag: Art Preservation

From 1960, Northwestern Michigan College has been a source of Inuit art in northern Michigan. It all started with a donation to the college, and this librarian named Bernie Rink who bought a couple pieces…and the portfolio grew. (Bernie has since retired, and has his own vineyard.) With the opening of the Dennos Museum Center, […]
As a professional framer, I have been asked many questions regarding the care and preservation of artwork.  Some of the answers come from a basic knowledge of proper handling and care of art, while some solutions come from the client’s point of view. I am often surprised by how many customers just want to “put a […]