Program Committee

Jay Krueger

Jay Krueger

Jay Krueger received a BFA in Printmaking and a BA in Art History from Washington University in St Louis, and an MA with a certificate of advanced study in painting conservation from the State University of New York, Cooperstown Graduate Program. In 1992, Mr. Krueger was appointed senior conservator of modern paintings at the National Gallery of Art, and became head of paintings conservation in 2013. He is a Fellow of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC.)

Mr. Krueger has served on governing boards and advisory panels for numerous arts and conservation organizations and government arts agencies, including Heritage Preservation, the AIC, the Morris Louis Conservation Fund, and the Hand Print Workshop. He also served as President of the AIC. Mr. Krueger has studied and lectured on the painting materials and techniques of many modern and contemporary artists and regularly advises artists on the selection and use of materials.

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