The lab is pleased to welcome another Master’s degree student from the Queen’s University Master’s Degree Program for a summer internship. Maryse Bonaldo will receive intense training in condition assessment, preservation of paintings, and the techniques and materials of paintings treatment conservation with the FSR conservators and will receive a university credit toward her Master’s degree at the successful completion of her placement. Fraser Spafford Ricci Art & Archival Conservation is honoured to assist the Queen’s University program in the education of their students. Maryse Bonaldo holds a degree in Fine Arts with a Major in Painting and Drawing from Concordia University (Montreal, QC) and will enter her second year of the Queen’s University art conservation program this fall. Prior to Queen’s she completed a 15 month pre-program internship in at the McCord Museum of Canadian History in Montreal under Conservator Anne MacKay where she worked on a wide range of items from the permanent collection including costumes, paintings, artifacts and First Nations objects. Maryse was owner of the Galerie Sandra Goldie for 9 years between 2001 and 2009, a private art gallery in Montreal that featured contemporary paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints by emerging Canadian artists. Maryse’s experience as a gallery owner and her training as an artist have provided her with a very good understanding of art techniques and materials, handling, mounting, storing and shipping works of art. Maryse is a member of the Groupe de Restaurateurs de la Region de Montreal.