All work is meticulously done, with an eye to affordability. Travel expenses are included within approximately an hours' distance from Greenwich, Connecticut, for pick-up and delivery; as well a working on-site.
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Jeff Damberg is an art conservator, repairing sculpture; fine art; murals. He specializes in repairing stone sculpture, fabricating missing pieces for broken statues, most frequently in stone, marble.
When he's not restoring art, Jeff Damberg is painting and sculpting, and has been working with art collectors, and interior designers since 1990.
He has been written-up in The New York Times for mural painting, and has been invited to show at the National Academy Museum on Fifth Avenue, New York City. He has successfully completed over three-hundred fine art commissions.
History Jeff Damberg, Fine Art and Sculpture Restorer, is a professional fine artist who won a full working-scholarship to Lyme Academy in Old Lyme, Connecticut. In years of studio classes, Jeff learned Figure and Portrait Painting from Robert Brackman, N.A. who taught with the same methods as his teacher, famous Impressionist, Robert Henri; and Figure Sculpture by Michael Lantz; and Portrait Sculpture from Elisabeth Gordon Chandler, N.A.. Jeff also studied Drawing; and Watercolor in studio classes.
Since 1990, we have been serving Fairfield County; Westchester; and New York City for custom fine art: art and sculpture restoration.
Conservancy and Restoration of:
Sculpture, specializing in stone, including the fabrication of missing pieces for stone statues
Bronze Sacred Statuary, including the fabrication of missing pieces for stone statues
Sorry, we don't restore or repair fine art on paper; or photographs