Suki Fredericks is a Vermont-based paintings conservator who has worked in museums and the private sector since 1976. Her studio serves museums, non-profit organizations, and individuals such as the Shelburne Museum, Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller NPS, and Curtains Without Borders. Collaborations include ArtCareMIA/NYC, WASHI, and SLM Conservation Studios. Suki is graduate school and museum trained, with an M.A. in Art History and a Certificate in Conservation from The Institute of Fine Arts at NYU. She is a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC).
Meeting House Furniture Restoration is a full-service antique conservation and restoration studio, with over 35 years of business experience, offering the highest level of care for treasured wooden heirlooms and collectables on site, in your home or in our studio workshop. Our specialties include hand-applied traditional finishes, modern finishes, chair repair, caning, veneer restoration, fine art conservation, reproduction of carved and turned elements, brass polishing, and china and crystal mending. Also offering historic preservation consulting, assessment and application with a specialty in the on-site conservation of clear historic finishes on architectural woodwork, cabinetry and flooring.