BESPOKE CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION SERVICES AND SOLUTIONS THAT MAINTAIN AND SUSTAIN CULTURE AND HERITAGE.
What is conservation?
Conservation in this context refers to the preservation of cultural heritage for future generations, with object conservation relating to works of art and three-dimensional artifacts. The aim of conservation practice to preserve and prevent damage to objects (preventative conservation) and can include restoration. Typically, a conservator uses treatments that are reversible, whenever possible in order to minimise changes to the object and materials.
Conservators are specialists who combine an understanding of scientific principles with a practical expertise in conservation techniques and the properties of materials to determine the best means of preserving objects.
Further information can be found on the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material (AICCM) website.
At O’Sullivan Conservation, our goal is to provide high quality conservation and restoration services that integrate the best possible standards of care for artefacts and heritage objects. Our practice is informed by years of professional experience, acquired both in Australia and internationally. We are passionate about maintaining and sustaining culture and are proud to serve this industry. Our core services are:
Our outdoor heritage conservation services include but are not limited to - conservation of outdoor artworks, bronzes, and memorials in New South Wales and across Australia.
Providing impartial condition assessments and reports, O’Sullivan Conservation are able to provide assessments and reports that provide information about the current condition of your piece or collection.
Drawing on over sixteen years’ experience, we are perfectly positioned to provide our clients with a sensitive conservation based approach to the relocation of a vast array of three dimensional artefacts and objects.