Fogg & Dalton Art Restoration Staff
Nick Dalton is the Head Conservator of Fogg & Dalton. He received his formal training from the Pratt Institute and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, where he earned a BFA. His skills were honed in Seattle and New York where he worked for several prominent galleries and artists, specializing in the fabrication and installation of large-scale artworks. His wide array of skills and an acute eye for detail lead the Fogg & Dalton Team.
Cynthia joined our team in the summer of 2015. As an artist in her own right, she brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to our team as well as a artist's eye for aesthetic beauty. She graduated with a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington in 2007 and has been working in the arts for over a decade.
Teresa is a veteran in the world of art conservation, and frame restoration. She has polished her skills through working with mentors and by taking part in continuing education opportunities with the Society of Gilders, The Smithsonian Institute, and Sotheby's of New York.
Teresa possesses an ability to connect with her clients and help them bring their projects to fruition. Known as an innovative business woman, Teresa is well known for her management and training talents and her organizational skills.
Trained in New York and Paris with a BFA from Parsons School of Design, Peter has been enjoying his long career in the art world. He has developed his expertise through teaching, business, and continuing education in art conservation. His training with colleagues at the St. Louis Art Museum, The Seattle Museum and his association with conservators at the American Institute of Conservation fuels his professional developement.
Sam joined Fogg Art Restoration in 2021. He is a Labradoodle who enjoys working in the art world. Sam was trained by "Art Mutt Security" which has helped him to develop a sensitivity for just the right amount of barking and tail wagging. He is head of corporate communications. Sam is always ready to be the canine back-up to Fogg Art's two state of the art security systems.