Chief Conservator of Paintings
Alexis earned her M.S. in Art Conservation from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation and a B.A. in Art History at the University of Virginia. She has been with BACC since her third-year internship in 1998, and has held the positions of Assistant and Associate Conservator of Paintings.
In addition to treating paintings and painted objects, she is involved with the technical examination of paintings at BACC, including infrared reflectography, X-radiography, X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy, and cross-section microscopy.
Over the years, Alexis has taught many workshops to support collections care in other institutions, including Emergency Preparedness, Care of Paintings, and Care and Handling of Collections. She lectures to the public on the subjects of painting conservation and the science of conservation and is a Professional Associate with the American Institution for Conservation.
Read our "Five Questions" interview with Alexis here.