Artist Stephen Weston has been restoring fine artwork and porcelain for three decades. His deep expertise and exceptional skill is the result of years of hands-on experience restoring artwork across various media.
Stephen has worked in all areas of porcelain art including modeling, mold making, casting, firing, glazing and painting. He was one of the top artists at Royal Worcester Porcelain Company in England and was highly sought for his ability to immaculately restore damaged and aged porcelain works of art. Stephen was also the artist and manager of Bronn of America in Brielle, NJ. Stephen's portfolio of work includes the restoration of a large original Pablo Picasso terra cotta bowl and a Marc Chagall plaque. His expertise covers Faberge (Saint Petersburg Collection of London), Disney (Always Another Rainbow), Lladro, Boehm, Cybis, Connoisseur of England, Royal Worcester of England, and antiques dating back to the 16th century.
Stephen has restored oil paintings dating back to the 15th century including many works by the Dutch Masters. A fine artist himself, Stephen is intimately knowledgeable about oils on canvas, water colors, and pastels. He has worked with highly experienced restorers as an associate to the American Institute of Conservation of Washington D.C. Stephen specializes in cleaning, patching tears, lining, re-stretching canvases, and recreating missing images. Stephen's restoration expertise extends to fine art objects made from a range of less commonly used materials including wood, concrete, bone, ivory, and jade.