Amanda Yale ACR MIPC
Amanda is Pam’s third daughter. She is a professional Conservator accredited by the Institute of Paper Conservation and she has established a reputation for fine and reliable restoration of works in her Devon studio.
Amanda specialises in the restoration and conservation of archival material such as manuscripts, documents, photographs and book pages as well as fine art prints, drawings and watercolours up to and including contemporary items. Cleaning and repairs are carried out using sympathetic reversible techniques and compatible materials. Treasured or valuable items can be restored to their former condition and damage repaired to limit further degeneration. Acid-free mount boards are used for durability.
Amanda can also undertake large format projects such as maps, plans and posters, or on-site work as required.
She is experienced in the repair and restoration of picture frames.
National Trust properties in Devon and Cornwall
Jane Austen Museum, Chawton
Winchester Cathedral Archive
Winchester City Museum
Hampshire County Record Office
Royal Green Jackets Regimental Museum
Royal Naval Hydrographic Department
Florence Nightingale Archive
Bonham Carter Family Archive
Amanda will undertake conservation and restoration work for public or private projects and is happy to discuss details and answer questions for any job, large or small.
Conservation and restoration of works on paper.
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Stains, discolouration and age spots can mar artwork but restoration can often achieve excellent results. Click on the images to see more detail.
Before and after images of a lovely old watercolour.
Working on a damaged picture frame.