Masters in Art Conservation (MAC) Queen's University
Masters in Art history (MA) University of Montreal
Bachelor in Studio Art (BFA with distinction) Concordia University
Through more than thirty years of practice, Anne has developped competencies in several specialized areas at varying levels of responsibility, in Canada and in Europe. Her principal focus has been the treatment of easel paintings, wall paintings (murals) and architectural finishes. She has also acquired appreciable skill and experience in the treatment of frames (painted or gilded) and polychrome sculpture (painted and gilded on plaster, wood or stone).
She is a a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Conservators (ACRP/CAPC), accredited in the Conservation of Paintings, Murals and Architectural Finishes. She has been a member of several national and international associations active in the field of art conservation and cultural heritage.
Anne has worked in private practice in Montreal from 1999 to 2011, and has been heading her own Conservation studio since 2003. As an independent contractor, she has treated easel paintings on canvas and wood supports, wall paintings, painted decorative interiors (architectural finishes), as well as frames, mouldings and sculptures (painted and gilded on wood and plaster).