I love my job as a fine art restorer

I have always had a passion for artwork. I decided to go to school to become a fine art restorer. I always thought it would be wonderful working to repair damaged pieces of art so that I can work with masterpieces for a living. It turns out that I have a gift when it comes to working with art. I have actually done some works of art on my own because I am pretty good when it comes to putting things together. This gift helps me when I am working on various pieces of art at the museum. When there is some type of damage or restoration needed to things like murals, books, sculptures, culter objects and other things of that nature, I am the right person for the job. I typically work in the museum work room to take care of repairing these delicate pieces of art. You really do have to have a fine eye for the work, because it shows if you don’t know what you are doing. This is why I make the big money, because I have plenty of experience and I went to a good school to do this type of work. I also appreciate the work because I am always in a nice climate controlled environment. I always advise that we keep the ideal temperature control settings and humidity levels with a good humidifier for all these pieces of art. When you are working with things that are priceless, it’s essential that they are kept in these ideal conditions with excellent temperature control settings, otherwise the pieces of artwork will be destroyed or ruined and they cannot be restored easily with severe damages.

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