Monthly Archives: December 2010

Conservation as Art: Infill, by DKP

The trend in American conservation is to think of conservation as science.  A more balanced truth is conservation is an art that uses science.  Infill is one area that proves that theory.  Simplistically, one reason infill is performed in a … Continue reading

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Memories in Shellac by DKP

How does one place value on memories?  What do we say when families ask us if a piece is worth repairing?  Usually they are trying to justify their expenditure by putting a value on something that will never be sold. … Continue reading

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