60 Woodland Rd
Maplewood, NJ 07040
Jocelyn Fine began her career as an artist at the University of Vermont where she received her B.F.A in studio art. She went on to study art and painting restoration in Florence Italy at the Istituto per l' Arte e il Restauro where she was trained in traditional European painting methods and materials. In 1996, she received her M.S in architectural conservation from Columbia University's school of Architecture, Planning and Preservation..
Jocelyn has had extensive experience collaborating on several of New York' s high profile architectural conservation projects, including Radio City Music Hall, The Selwyn Theatre, the Met Life building, Prospect Park Boathouse, and The Cathedral of St. John the Divine. She currently teaches art at the Chapin School in Manhattan.