It is with the greatest sadness that we announce the passing of Leonora Okarma Weaver on Monday, August 25th, 2014.

Leonora will be dearly missed by her family and friends in both the United States and England
as well as by her colleagues in the restoration and archives community.

Existing and new clients may contact Laura Goodman, PaperCare Studio, Fine Art & Photograph Conservation in
Atlanta, Georgia at or 404-410-6488.

We are currently accepting works on paper for assessment and estimates only, including those needing immediate attention due to recent water, smoke or live mold damage. You may request an in-person assessment or make general inquiries by clicking on the Contact Us button below. You will receive a reply within seven days for items that do not require immediate attention. NOTE: Paper conservation treatments can require significant time to complete. Based on current work in progress, we are accepting new conservation projects beginning Thursday, March 3, 2016.

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For oil paintings, please contact Atlanta Art Restoration at 404-808-1126,
or Master Framing and Conservation Studio at 404-982-0168.

One of my initial actions as LaJolla Map and Atlas Museum Director was to designate Leonora Weaver as our first choice for the repair and conservation of our maps, some of which are so rare as to be considered "one of a kind".

- Capt. Richard Cloward, USN (Ret), Pacific Shore Maps

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Art Restoration Services At A Glance:

Cleaning, stain removal & deacidification
Surface treatment of mold & fungus
Paper repairs including rips, tears & holes
Removal of acidic backings, mats, tape & glue
Flattening folds, creases and rolls
Varnish removal and cleaning of paintings
Lining and infilling
Hand coloring

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The National Trust, Number 10 Downing Street, European Royal families, Columbia Theological Seminary and countless private collections have entrusted Leonora Weaver with their restoration projects.

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