From buildings to furniture to fine art, there are few historic objects or items that Dr. Susan Buck would be unable to analyze through the microscopic examination of paint samples. Join us for a conversation about Susan’s work on projects from Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia to the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, and on items from 19th century Shaker furniture to Egyptian coffins from the 5th century B.C. What can we learn from a paint chip the size of a pin head? Find out on this week’s PreserveCast.
You can follow Susan's instagram by going here: (https://www.instagram.com/paintchipsanalysis/) and if you're going to be around Richmond in the rest of October, you can learn more about her exhibition here: (http://www.wiltonhousemuseum.org/aboutus/exhibitions/vividview/)
And while we're at it, here's a link to learn more about Architectural Paint Research, or APR: (http://www.apr2017.org/about-apr/)