Annabelle Larner is a skilled arts professional with more than 15 years’ experience managing artwork for museums, galleries, and private clients. She was museum registrar at The Frye Art Museum in Seattle, at Independent Curators International in New York, and at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, where she was responsible for the care, storage, transport, restoration, preservation, and installation of a broad range of artwork. She has personally cared for hand-written letters by Napoleon, 19th century French gilded-framed oil paintings, glass vessels by Dale Chihuly, sculptures by contemporary bad-boy artist Damien Hirst, and photographs by artists ranging from Imogen Cunningham to Robert Mapplethorpe.  

Annabelle has a masters degree in Museum Studies from John F. Kennedy University in Berkeley and is a member of the American Associatoin of Museums. She has given presentations on several occasions about preserving family collections and the safeguarding of artwork. She also is an avid letterpress printer and lover of 19th century photography methods.