We work with each individual client to choose framing that suits the art, utilizing color/design theory and over 25 years of experience to guide you through various framing options including:

Glazing - Clear and non-glare, both available with ultra-violet (UV) protection. For the absolute best aesthetics and protection, we offer Museum Glass which is virtually invisible while providing UV protection.

Museum/archival mounting - reversible mounting techniques that maintain the integrity of the art.

Stretching - for loose canvases (bars) and needle art (board substrate)

Sew Mounting - fragile fabric art and object

Liners - typically used for canvases that will be presented without mats and glass, although liners can be used with glass

Fitting - The appropriate backing and hanging hardware to complete you work of art.

Installation - The proper securing of artwork to walls for viewing based on wall material type, weight of artwork, and amount of traffic near art. We offer professional installation for your finished order.

Example of a V-Groove (Red Mat) and Fillet (between red and marbled mat)
Example of a V-Groove (Red Mat) and Fillet (between red and marbled mat)

Mats - Single or multiple matting. Conservation-quality acid-free, designer, and museum rag mat available with hand-tinted bevels, dimensional offsets, and v-grooves. Premium fabric mats also available

Fillets - mini-frames that are added to frames or mats to bring out texture, color, and dimension

Dry Mounting - For permanently mounting art (typically of little value/replaceable) for flat presentation, particularly for wrinkled and thin items