In addition to thousands of custom moulding options and a variety of readymade frames in standard sizes at reasonable prices, I also carry precut mats, easel-back photo frames, and table-top easels.
Because I believe everything is “frameworthy,” I provide a broad array of archival framing services including canvas and needlework stretching; dry, sew, and conservation mounting; mirrors; diplomas; jersey and textile framing; memorabilia shadowboxes and so much more. I’m happy to do the entire project or any part of the job. Customer service is my favorite tool in the shop!
A perfect way to enjoy that cherished but unseen item is to put it in a frame so you can see it every day. I’ve done shadowboxes for jerseys, textiles, military memorabilia, jewelry, and collections of every kind. You name it – I frame it.
If you’re conflicted, I’m happy to offer an extra set of eyes on your home dec projects. I often have an innovative alternative for what type of art will coordinate with your furnishings.
I am knowledgeable and skilled at the various archival mounting techniques utilized in the framing industry and will advise you accordingly.
Different textile and needle arts require different stretching tools and techniques. I am experienced in these various techniques and know which procedure is best for your treasured piece.
I carry only archival-quality acid-free mats and offer a wide variety of colors, finishes, and creative cuts. My specialty cuts include offset corners, v-grooves, ovals, octagons and more.
I have compiled a list of reputable resources for services related to the framing
industry including art appraisal, art and photo retouching, print processing, frame repair, delivery, and installation. Just ask; I will point you in the right direction.