"True artists are almost the only men who do their work for pleasure"
About Hallman Conservation
Hallman Conservation specializes in the treatment of fine art paintings. Cleaning, repairing and preserving paintings is a passion. All treatments are performed following the professional and ethical guidelines established by the American Institute for Conservation.
Joy Hallman attended several colleges including Harvard, Harvard on the pike (Montgomery College) and graduated from Boston University with degrees in Art History and Psychology. She has two years of study of chemistry and three years of study of Fine Arts. After a six year apprenticeship she received her accreditation as a Professional Member of the American Institute of Conservation.
In operation since 1987 this home-based business offers high quality conservation with a personal touch.
Museum quality custom framing is also offered for every type of art. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services are the best.
Certified Professional Member of the American Institute for Conservation.
Personal consultations are available only by appointment. 301-330-8484
All photographs on this and the following pages are treatments performed by Hallman Conservation.
Below: At The National Archives: Touching up the painting "The Constitution" by Barry Faulkner. That is George Mason's face I'm working on. George Washington is to my right.
Joy Hallman, Owner
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