Scott Nolley

Scott Nolley, a native of Virginia, now heads the Richmond based firm of Fine Art Conservation of Virginia. He was educated at The Collegiate Schools and received his undergraduate degree in Art Conservation from Virginia Commonwealth University. In 1996 he earned his Master's Degree in Art Conservation from the program at Buffalo State College, formerly the Cooperstown Program. Following graduation, Scott has worked at The Nelson Atkins Museum in Kansas City, for The Smithsonian Institute as well as on site projects with The Astoria Column restoration in Astoria Oregon and preservation work on the cave paintings at Pictograph Cave in Billings Montana.

Before establishing Fine Art Conservation of Virginia, Scott spent five years as the Conservator of Paintings and Objects for Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Scott W. Nolley
Chief Conservator
Fine Art Conservation of Virginia
1000 Carlisle Avenue Suite 106
Richmond, Virginia 23231
Office 804.226.1970
FAX 804.226.1971

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