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Scott Taylor - Edge Gluing Consolidation

June 8th, 9:00am - 12:00pm

  • 175 US dollars
  • Visual Arts Center of Richmond - Creative Writing

Service Description

Consolidation of Broken and Fragmented Glass: Techniques are demonstrated and discussed with attendees involved in hands-on participation. Topics include edge-gluing techniques employing conservation grade optical epoxies and silicones, in-fills and tinting of epoxies. After obtaining a bachelor's degree and employment in other areas of the arts, I began working in stained glass in the early 1980's for production studios in Richmond, Va. Soon my interest became primarily focused on the restoration of art glass windows at which time I served an apprenticeship in the studio of Jack Cushen in New York. Over the past 35 years my studio has been solely dedicated to the conservation of stained & leaded glass windows. Past projects include 13th - 16th century English & European panels, windows from the studios of Louis Comfort Tiffany, John LaFarge, Belcher Mosaic Glass Co., Nicola D'Ascenzo, Heaton / Butler / Bayne, Charles Booth, James Powell & Sons and other historically prominent artists. I am the owner and chief conservator of E. S. Taylor Studio, LLC, a Professional Associate in the American Institute for Conservation and a member of the Virginia Conservation Association.


Contact Details

info@americanglassguild.org

66 Muzzy Road, Ithaca, NY, USA


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