Name: Alexia Rohmer Bonas
Address: Schiøtz Gate 15, 4008 Stavanger, Norway
Telephone: +47 954 71 275
Email: alexia@atelier-rohmer.com
Org. Nr. 995 318 407 MVA

BACKGROUNG: born in the south of France (Grasse) the 7th of July 1983, I grew up travelling the world (Indonesia, Scotland) with my family before settling down in Paris where I studied art conservation.
I am living in Stavanger (Norway) since January 2010, with my husband Jean-Baptiste. 

Member of the Nordic federation of Conservators (NKF-N) since 2010. 

 

EDUCATION

2005-2007: Master's degree in Painting conservation (Ecoles de Condé, Paris, France) 
2002-2005: Bachelor's degree in Painting conservation (Ecoles de Condé, Paris, France)

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

Jan. 2015 - Present: "Institut Français" in Stavanger, Art teacher.
Art classes for adults and children. Academic drawing from observation, photographies and nature.

Jan. 2010 - Present: Atelier Rohmer (Stavanger), Self-imployed painting conservator for private customers. 
My services include: condition assessment and price estimation, treatment of canvas support and paint layer, photo documentation, treatment report, preparing and packing artworks for transportation, advising customers on handling and preservation. 
Painting reproduction and art creation.
Art classes for groups or private tutoring.

Apr. 2017 - Apr.2018: Arkeologisk Museum, Universitet i Stavanger (AM-UiS), Project employee in stone conservation, Stavanger Cathedral.
Condition assessment, documentation and restoration work on the East facade of the church from the Middle Ages. 

June 2016: AM-UiS, Project employee in painting conservation, Strand Church.
Consolidation and retouching work.

Nov.-Dec. 2015: Stavanger Museum, Project employee in paper conservation.
Project for conservation and accessibility of archives in the storage space on Åmøy. 

Oct. 2011 - Jan. 2015: AM-UiS, Project employee (60%) in painting conservation, Maria Church project. 
Condition assessment, documentation and restoration work on the church's inventory from the 17th century. 

Sept. 2008 - May 2009: Atelier Morisse-Marini (Nice, France), Project employee in painting conservation.
Architectural paint research and various painting work in "Villa E1027" (Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France), historical monument designed and built from 1926 to 1929 by the Irish architect and furniture designer Eileen Gray. 

Jul. -Sept. 2008: Atelier Morisse-Marini, Project employee in stone conservation, Versailles Castle (France). 
Filling, limewashing and waterproofing of the soapstone sculptures on the roof of the main facade. 

Dec. 2007 - Jul. 2008: Atelier Morisse-Marini, Project employee in art conservation, Massena Museum (Nice, France). 
Restoration work of the hall (stucco, marble) and the 19th century salons (woodwork, gilding, wall and ceiling paintings): consolidation, cleaning, retouching. 

Jul. - Dec. 2007: Atelier Morisse-Marini, Project employee in stone conservation, "Plateau des Antiques" (Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France).
Treatment of Glanum's Mausoleum (30-20 BC) and Triumphal Arch (20 AD): biocidal treatment, mechanical cleaning with scalpel and micro-sanding.
Documentation and dissemination of the project to the public. 

 

COURSES

May 2014: X-Ray photography of cultural objects, with Sonia O'Connor (3 days)

April 2014: "Engaging the public with heritage", with Jacqui Mulville (1 day)

Jan.2014: X-Ray Fluorescence, 3 day workshop with Lee Drake

Sept. 2013: The cleaning of painted surfaces, with Paolo Cremonesi (2 days).