Bryan Owen is a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC). He is also a member of the New England Museum Association. He has been working as a professional art conservator for over twenty years and continues to serve the interests of a diverse clientele. His specialty: Paper based collections of 2 and 3 dimensional works.

Bryan also holds the position of Preventive Conservation Manager for the Collections of the Museum of Fine, Boston. Preventive Conservation seeks to forestall aging of art work via: Integrated Pest Management, materials testing of cases surroundings, proper lighting, and environmental controls. 

He has cared for collections at the Ackland Art Museum, Olmsted National Historic Site in Brookline, MA and numerous regional and national organizations, as well as, institutions in the Boston area. He also serves private clients as a regular part of his private practice. He holds a degree in chemistry from North Carolina State University and studied studio arts at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Institute of contemporary Art - Boston

Boston Public Library

National Park Service

Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library