Assistant Paper Conservator
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M.A., C.A.S., The State University of New York at Buffalo
B.F.A., Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Christina Taylor’s research is focused on printmaking and print techniques. Most recently, she has been exploring the unusual woodblock carving techniques of Paul Gauguin. She has led several printmaking workshops, including “Lithography for Conservators and Museum Professionals,” at the International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC). She currently serves as treasurer for the Association of Print Scholars.
Taylor, Christina, and Tina C. Tan. “A Method of Mounting Works on Paper Using Embedded Magnet Strips.” Paper presented at the Joint 44th Annual AIC Annual Meeting and 42nd CAC-ACCR Annual Conference, Montréal, Quebec, May 2016.
“Experimental Loss Compensation Techniques and Reintegration of Design with Removable Puzzle Fills.” In Art on Paper Discussion Group 2014: Re-integrating Design/Deceiving the Eye: Compensation Issues For Works on Paper, The Book and Paper Group Annual 33 (2014): 90.