Our framing technicians and consultants are trained and experienced in a broad range of framing techniques from bespoke wood milling, staining, spraying and finishing to archival grade fixing methods to ensure the long term preservation of your artwork. We offer no obligation consultation services free of charge and are always on the lookout for exciting collaborations and unusual requests.
We cater for a wide range of framing clients, from one-off frames to large gallery or museum projects.
As there are so many variables and subjective decision making involved in finding the best aesthetic and practical solutions for your framed artwork, we advise you visit our workshop for a consultation or email your requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When glazing isn’t viable or preferable, tray frames offer a great alternative. It’s an effective way to present artworks in a simple and striking fashion as the moulding face can be very thin, as not serving such an important load bearing function without the weight of glazing. Photographic artworks generally need mounting before tray framing. It also particularly suits canvasses and thicker artworks.
Artist: Otto Ford. Giclee print mounted on 3mm Dibond, tray framed in plain ash moulding, support subframe and wall batten hangers
We're happy to help and advise - if you can't find what you're looking for, or need further information, please don't hesitate to contact our office staff. They have a thorough understanding of the processes we offer and can advise based on their wealth of production and artistic experience.