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


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)

 

  • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE - Art and street art

Jan.2010 - Present: Atelier Rohmer, Stavanger, Norway
Painting reproductions within the copyright legal framework. Customised projects on request.
Art tutoring: one-to-one lessons, group workshops for companies and institutions.

Jan. 2015 - Present: Institut Français, Stavanger, Norway
Art classes for adults and children. Academic drawing from observation.

2014-2016: Urban Hands (Voice of the Soul Studio), Stavanger, Norway
Instructor and assistant on street art workshops for children and teenagers.

Fall 2016: NuArt Festival, Stavanger, Norway
Den Kulturelle Skolesekken:
assistant to the education coordinator on street art workshops in high schools of Rogaland.
Bygge Framtiden, Chalk Don´t Chalk: facilitator on street drawing workshops for children.

  • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Art and monument conservation

Jan. 2010 - Present: Atelier Rohmer, Stavanger, Norway
Self-imployed painting conservator for private customers: 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. 

Apr. 2017 - Apr.2018: Arkeologisk Museum, Universitet i Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway
Project employee in stone conservation on the conservation project of Stavanger Cathedral.
Condition assessment, documentation and conservation work on the East facade of the cathedral.

June 2016: Arkeologisk Museum, Universitet i Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway
Project employee in painting conservation on the conservation project of Strand Church.
Consolidation and retouching work.

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

Oct. 2011 - Jan. 2015: Arkeologisk Museum, Universitet i Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway
Project employee (60%) in painting conservation on the conservation project of Maria Church (Bergen). 
Condition assessment, documentation and conservation 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, Nice, France
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, Nice, France
Project employee in art conservation, Massena Museum (Nice, France). 
Conservation 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, Nice, France
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, with Lee Drake (3 days)

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