The Society of Gilders is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the practice and preservation of the art of using gold and metal leaf. Our members use gilding in all its iterations, including architecture, fine art, framing, signage, illumination and more. The organization is a valuable resource for technical help for gilders, restorers, conservators, craftsmen, and all those interested in the gilding arts. Our classes and conferences bring gilders together from around the globe to learn, discuss and share. Our community projects give back to the community while fostering gilding skills.
SOG elects new Officers and Trustees
Elections were held the recent gilding conference in New Orleans, and mail-in votes were tallied. The proposed slate was accepted in full, and the new officers chosen: President – Naomi Geller Lipsky; Vice President – Urban Billmeier; Secretary- Diane Killeen: Treasurer – Jorge Jimenez. Other Trustees are Michael Kramer, Micki Cavanah, Colleen Donaldson, Jean Spencer, and Annie Lemarie. Alternates are Mitch Cavanah, Frances Lestingi, Ricardo Jimenez, Michael Gilbert, Jill London, John Nelson, Madilynn Nelson, Peter Miller, Elizabeth Holt, Dan Dipert and Leah Fishman.
SOG Members to Participate in Exhibition at the Monmouth Museum
“Covered in Gold” at the Monmouth Museum
Sept. 15-Nov. 10, 2013
SOG Announces 2013 Conference in New Orleans
In conjunction with the Louisiana State Museum, the Society of Gilders will be hosting our Conference in NOLA from October 21 to the 25th, 2013. Join your fellow gilders for a week-long celebration of the gilding arts featuring the grand finale of our five year Community Project at St. Alphonsus as well as continuing work on the frame collection of the Louisiana State Museum. There will be full-blown classes, lectures and social events galore. If you haven’t made it to our previous confabs in the Crescent City, then this is your chance.