05 · Sophie Reddington · Publications
Sophie Reddington has taken part in a series for the BBC as well as speaking at several conferences which were then published in several books and magazines.
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watch video mixing and matching adhesives and consolidants in painting conservation
Sophie Reddington has taken part in many on site projects for the National Trust. She has been working in front of the visitors to create a dialogue. Visitors can ask questions and Sophie explains the problems involved.  She represents the profession and introduces the work, which is being undertaken based on ethical rules.
This resulted in her taking part in a 6 part series for BBC.
Petworth House – The Big Spring Clean
Presenter:  Andrew Graham Dixon
Producer: Peter Sweasey

Sophie came in at Part 5, Art in the Big Freeze, where she was treating a Gainsborough painting in front of the camera and explained to the viewer, what she was doing. It was a very cold day!

Sophie has also spoken at several conferences to other colleagues about projects she has been working on. Reason was to introduce/share useful or new technique with others. These were published in books or magazines afterwards.

Texturing fills using silicone moulds. Simon Folkes and Sophie Reddington in Mixing and Matching. Approaches to Retouching Paintings. Edited by Rebecca Ellison, Patricia Smithen and Rachel Turnbull, p.159-162 Archetype Publications London 2010

The Conservation of twenty paintings for the V&A National Competitions Gallery. Jim Dimond, Susan Owens and Sophie Reddington. Lecture at the Art Worker’s Guild in September, published in the Picture Restorer Number 38, Spring 2011, p.14-16 + p.27-30

Another Conference publication in progress for The Sticking Point, which took place in May 2011. Conservation of Objects for the ‘Arts of Thailand’ display at the V&A. Case study examining the complex treatment of two panel paintings (gouache on wooden board) depicting scenes from the last ten of the Buddha’s former lives or Jatakas (Thai Thotsachat). Sophie Reddington and Mike Wheeler