A unique excavated stone sculpture from the ancient Roman city of Meroe in Sudan, underwent extensive treatment, to remove all repairs and coatings and stabilize the deteriorated sandstone structure for future display. Documentation recorded all past interventions. Cleaning revealed original details of polychromy and a form which was previously obscured by extensive restorations.
A medieval altar canopy, standing 18 feet high, comprised of more than 100 stone elements, was moved from the Cloisters Museum and Gardens to the main building of the MMA on Fifth Avenue in New York City. Sari managed the logistics and team of conservators, art handlers, mountmakers and riggers in the complex process.
and rehousing of excavated finds in the North American Archaeology Lab of the American Museum of Natural History. Installation of dataloggers and environmental
assessment and monitoring of artifact storage on site in St. Catherine's Island, Georgia.
mount design, installation, packing and courier
instructions and services have been completed for
hundreds of objects from various collections.