Our Art Conservation Laboratory Is A Safe State-Of-The-Art Facility
Our art conservation and restoration laboratory is a large, modern, and secure facility for hosting artworks.
Stella Art Conservation is a Florida-based company located at the heart of the new Warehouse District in West Palm Beach.
Our art conservation laboratory has concrete walls and ceilings, along with a 24/7 camera and satellite security system as well as climate control. The interior has a heat-sensor ceiling and hurricane-proof reinforced windows and doors. Our studio is secured with a keypad entry high-security Medeco lock system. Moreover, the laboratory is equipped with the latest state-of-the-art equipment, instruments, and tools.
The artworks are treated with the most modern equipment and in a very secure environment.
Considering our meticulous and informed approach to art conservation we have gained an international reputation for excellence and we receive art conservation works from throughout North America and Europe, our team also travels on-site.
We offer services to national and international galleries, private and corporate collectors, art advisors, fine art storage facilities, art dealers and auction houses, museums, insurance companies, art appraisers, interior design firms, and other clients.
Our work has also attracted the interest of the media and international press. We have been featured in various national and European magazines and newspapers including The Luxe Magazine, The Palm Beach Post, La Nuova Ferrara, La Voce, Il Resto del Carlino, among others.
We operate Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please note: We receive by appointment only.
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What Happens In Our Laboratory...
At Stella Art Conservation we first examine the artwork and we conduct research to gather as much information about the artwork itself, the style, techniques, and materials used. Then we assess the project scope and time-to-completion as well as the necessary methodologies, techniques, storage conditions, equipment, tools, and materials to be used.
We usually examine the art at the laboratory in order to provide you with an accurate treatment protocol and an estimate. This initial examination is free of charge and there is no obligation to proceed with the restoration.
Upon your approval, the artwork is placed in our modern and highly secure laboratory where our art conservators proceed with the necessary conservation procedures.