Sarah has been working as a conservator for 18 years and has run
her own conservation business for the past 16 years. She graduated
with a degree in Art Education (BSc/BsEd) from the University of Georgia,
USA and then as a post-graduate gained a Diploma in Conservation of
Ceramics and Related Materials from West Dean College, UK.
Her excellent work has meant that she gets
commissions from the world's leading auction houses, Sotheby's and
Christie's, from national and international dealers, private collectors
and members of the public.
Sarah became accredited in 2005 with the Institute of Conservation (ICON)
From ICON - "The conservation profession now operates accreditation schemes which provide a means for you to recognise experience and tecniclally capable conservators. Accreditation is a benchmark of quality and is used to define standards in conservation."
® Collective Trade Mark of PACR Accredited Conservator-Restorer
Jasmina graduated as a Ceramic Artist (MA equivalent) from the Faculty of Applied Arts, University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia. She has been a practicing ceramic artist for more than 10 years and a ceramic conservator since 2008 when she enrolled in postgraduate studies in the Conservation of Ceramics and Related Materials at West Dean College.
Jasmina was awarded the "BADA Geoffrey Moss Prize" and the "Denise Lyall Memorial Prize" for her achievements during studies at West Dean College.
In 2011 she gained an MA in Conservation Studies through the University of Sussex.
Her conservation experiece includes the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
Jasmina joined Sarah Peek in 2010 and is a member of Institute of Conservation (ICON).