Jeff Damberg is an art conservator, repairing fine art; murals; and sculpture. He specializes in repairing marble sculpture, fabricating missing pieces for broken statues. He's worked at the Brooklyn Museum, and art conservators in Manhattan.
When he's not restoring art, Jeff Damberg is painting and sculpting. He has been working with art collectors, and interior designers who have often commissioned him to paint custom pieces for client's homes and offices since 1992 in the tri-state area.
Education, Training, and Bio
Jeff Damberg, Fine Art and Sculpture Restorer, is a professional
fine artist who won a full working-scholarship to Lyme Academy in Old Lyme, Connecticut. In years of studio classes, Jeff learned Figure and Portrait Painting from Robert Brackman, N.A. who taught with the same methods as his teacher, famous Impressionist, Robert Henri; and Figure and Portrait Sculpture from Elisabeth Gordon Chandler, N.A.. Jeff also studied Drawing; and Watercolor in studio classes.
Since 1992, we have been serving Fairfield County; Westchester; and Manhattan for custom fine art, and sculpture restoration.
Jeff has been written-up in The New York Times for mural painting, and has been invited to show at the National Academy Museum on Fifth Avenue, Manhattan. He has successfully completed well over three-hundred and fifty fine art commissions.
Sculpture and Fine Art Restoration Services
Conservancy; Restoration; and Custom Fabrication of:
* Sacred Statuary, including the fabrication of missing pieces for stone statues
* Nativity Scenes
* Fine Art
* Oil Paintings
Commissioned Fine Art:
* Formal Portraits; Family Portraits; Corporate Portraits
* Portrait Drawings
* Animal Portraits
* Equestrian Paintings
* Still-Life Paintings