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JENNIFER M BULLOCK

Phone: (541) 954-2634


Email: jb.conservation@gmail.com

EDUCATION

2006-2008
December 2008


2000-2005
April 2005


1992-1996
April 1996

Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England


Diploma: MA Conservation of Fine Art, Easel Paintings
Dissertation Title: A report on the condition, technical examination and
treatment of H.D.S. Corrodis View of Boulac, Cairo in conjunction with an
investigation of the treatment of tears in canvas supports
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA
Diploma: MA History of Art and Curatorial Studies
Thesis Title: Jacobus Vrel: An Examination of the Influences on
and Influences of a Sunday Painter
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA
Diploma: BA History of Art

RELAVENT WORK EXPERIENCE

March 2013-Present


October 2009-March 2013

Carolina Conservation, Columbia, South Carolina, USA


Lead Conservator
Lead a team of conservators and conservation technicians in all
conservation related responsibilities for a company that
specializes in treatment of fire and water damaged art and
antiques, providing conservation services for insurance
agencies, private collectors and museums.
Self-Employed Paintings Conservator. Jennifer Bullock
Conservation Studio, Eugene, OR, USA.
Work for various private collectors and museums.

December 2008-October 2009 Contract Work for:


Everingham Conservation, Harrogate, England
Site work in St. Michaels Church in Bury, England and various
conservation work in the private studio.
Hirst Conservation, Sleaford, England
Site work at St. Johns Church in Hebburn, England.

August 2005-Sept. 2006


August 2005-June 2006

Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo Utah, USA


Assistant Registrar/Collections Manager
Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art
Utah Valley State University, Orem, Utah, USA
Instructor:


August 1999-April 2005


Fall 2000-Summer 2001
2002-2005

History of Art and Western Civilization: Prehistory to 1400


History of Art and Western Civilization: 1400 to Present
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA
Visual Arts Department-Art History
Instructor:
Art History 111
Teaching Assistant:
Art History 201-History of Civilization part 1
Art History 202- History of Civilization part 2
Art History 360- Studies in Museum Practices and Curatorship
Slide Library Assistant
Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, Utah, USA
Research Assistant to Campbell Gray, Director
Teaching Assistant and Personal Assistant to Dawn
Pheysey, Curator

RELAVENT INTERNSHIPS AND VOLUNTEER WORK

July 2007-August 2007


July 2007
July 2004-August 2005
1994-1996

Victoria and Albert Museum


Paintings Conservation Intern (6 weeks)
Tate Galleries, London
Paintings Conservation Intern (2 weeks)
Springville Museum of Art
Curatorial/Collections Care Intern
Brigham Young University Museum of Art
Docent

AWARDS

2007-2008

School of Arts and Social Sciences Scholar, 2nd year


University of Northumbria.

PUBLICATIONS

July 2008

A Review of The Final Touch: Artists Varnishes Past and


Present, ICON Paintings Group Conference, ICON
NEWS: The Magazine of the Institute of Conservation, July
2008, Issue 17, page 38.

ADDITIONAL COURSES TAKEN


AIC Internet course- Establishing a Conservation Practice, July 2009
AIC Internet course- Mitigating Risk: Contracts and Insurance for Conservation,
August 2009
Mastering Inpainting- Instructors: James Bernstein and Debra Evans, October 2009,
Campbell Center, Mount Carroll, IL.

MEMBERSHIPS IN GOVERNING BODIES


ICON Paintings Group
AIC- Paintings Group, Conservators in Private Practice Group, Emerging
Conservation Professionals Network- Liaison for South Carolina
WAAC
SERCA
Columbia Historic Society- Palladium Group Member

SKILLS
Languages: Fluent in Spanish; can read German and French
IT: Proficiency with The Museum System (TMS), PC and Macintosh Operating
Systems, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, and Windows Operating
Systems
Professional:
Optical microscopy
3-D microscopy
Strong interpersonal skills
Ability to lead a team, work as part of a team or work independently
Public speaking
Manual dexterity and attention to detail
Personal:
Committed to personal and professional development
Problem solving
Pro-active
Friendly and committed to doing my part to create and promote a happy,
healthy and positive work environment

REFERENCES

Virginia Newell
Owner, Conservator of Paintings and Paper

ReNewell Inc. Fine Art Conservation


715 Woodrow St, Columbia, SC 29205
(803) 254-1640
Email: conservation@msn.com

Ines Madruga
Paintings Conservator
Paintings Conservation Fellow, Smithsonian Institution
Interim Professor of Paintings Conservation, Northumbria University
Email: ines.madruga@gmail.com

Lawryn Henderson
Head Conservator and Paper Conservator
Arthur E. Holman, Jr. Conservation Lab
University of South Carolina
8500 Farrow Rd, Columbia, SC 29203
(803) 896-0783
Email: hendersl@mailbox.sc.edu

Lauren Dillon
Owner and Head of Historic Preservation
Master of Plaster
1030 Drake Street, Columbia SC 29209
(803) 403-5252
Email: info@masterofplaster.com

David Everingham
Private Conservator of Paintings
David Everingham Conservation
39A Harlow Oval
Harrogate, North Yorkshire
HG2 0DR
+44 (0)142 3530340 Mobile: +44 (0)788 7936022
E-mail: david@deveringham.fsnet.co.uk or member@deveringham.fsnet.co.uk

Campbell Gray
Museum Director
University of Queensland Art Museum
James and Mary Emelia Mayne Center (Building 11)
University Drive
The University of Queensland
St Lucia Old 4067
Australia
+617-334-68787
Email: c.gray@uq.edu.au

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