Past Projects

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Individual Customer Projects

In this section of pictures, we have several examples of pieces we framed for our clients. We had fun with each one of these pieces and each client was very happy when they picked them up!

This beautifully bold piece was done for a very happy customer. The simple matting and framing make the bright colors pop even more

These pieces we did for the shop. We love getting to play around with fun and different frames. Both frames are a rubber leaf finish! The leaves are sealed onto the frames, giving them a natural leaf texture.

We got to frame this beautiful piece by Priscilla Steele for Owner and Operator Robert Fox and his wife Ruth to hang in their home.

This beautifully bold piece was done for a very happy customer. The simple matting and framing make the bright colors pop even more

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Artist Framing for Shows


Here we have several examples of framing we have done for local artists. We love seeing these finished pieces and when we can, we also go to gallery openings to support the artists!

Two pieces by Mary Zeran, hung in a show

Piece by Priscilla Steele, hung in a show

Piece by Nancy Lindsay, hung in a gallery.

Two pieces by Mary Zeran, hung in a show

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In Progress


Learn about some of our processes and how and why we do things a certain way

Mounting a massive flag to mat board requires some serious sewing. Assistant Brenna is shown here tacking the flag in several places so it can be framed securely.

This one is a little hard to see, but this shows a mount that is conservation grade. With this type of mount, and some hinges underneath, you can easily cut away the mount without damaging the piece should it ever need to be re-framed.

Assistant Brenna is shown here sewing down some graduation tassels for a client that was framing them for her son. They turned out great, see the finished product in the General Customer Projects section of this page!

Mounting a massive flag to mat board requires some serious sewing. Assistant Brenna is shown here tacking the flag in several places so it can be framed securely.

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