Oxford, United Kingdom, December 01, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- A freelance art on paper conservator for nearly 30 years, Philippa Ellison has today announced the launch of her new website, www.oxfordpaperconservation.co.uk. Realising that most of her potential clients may not know how to contact a paper conservator, or even what services they may need to restore an old map or print, she worked with business copywriter, Katherine Carr, photographer, Bruce Clarke, and web marketing consultant, Louisa Hardwick, to develop a simple but informative website to publicise her paper conservation and restoration studio in Oxford.
When questionsed about the need for a website for her business, Ellison responded, “Searching for a conservator is quite baffling for the majority of people who aren’t in the industry. They don’t know about the Institute of Conservators, or the directory of conservation services, so they tend to ask a local museum what the best way might be to restore an old map or painting. I hope that the new website will make finding a paper conservator easier for everyone.”
For information about restoring and conserving art on paper, such as maps, prints, wallpaper or photographs, contact Philippa Ellison at email@example.com, or on 01865 514670, or visit www.oxfordpaperconservation.co.uk.
About Philippa Ellison
Philippa Ellison is an accredited member of ICON and is listed on The Conservation Register. She has a large, purpose-built, well equipped paper conservation studio which enables her to work on any type of material - including oversized items such as posters and wall maps. The bulk of her work consists of maps, prints, watercolours, photographs and paper-related problems within bound books. Having worked freelance since 1980, Philippa has encountered most problems that art on paper can produce and has established a worldwide client base. She often works on site, and is always happy to meet clients and discuss and estimate on any particular project.