Viviana Dominguez is a specialist in mural, easel and decorative paintings. She has worked in the field since 1983 preserving important private and public collections as well as national monuments throughout the United States. She is also worked internationally in Spain, Argentina, and The Caribbean.Ms. Dominguez has conducted surveys for museum collections and art institutions, has broad experience on different painted materials and surfaces, and has worked with colleagues in the fields of sculpture and architecture conservation. Viviana was contracted by the Smithsonian Institution to work as the leading paintings conservator at the SI Haiti Cultural Recovery Center,and also worked to remove murals at the Holy Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. A great part of her career was dedicated to teaching other conservators and the general public. As an educator, she coordinated the first university art conservation program in Buenos Aires, Argentina and conducted seminars in Lima, Peru. She is an AIC Professional Associate and a member of the AIC Collection Emergency Response Team. She was one of the first responders to the Sandy Super Storm where she coordinated the rescuing of the Martha Graham theater props and costumes. Viviana is presently working on the research of traditional and non-traditional conservation treatments on color field paintings.