Framing

Our in-house framing team works around the clock to provide custom framing for exhibitions, events and displays worldwide. As a catalog of their finest work, hundreds of framing options including standard finishes, reclaimed wood and custom welded steel welcome visitors at our 29 W 23rd St artisan-framing consultancy and discovery center.

Artists Standard Frame

The Artists Standard frame line is a great selection of popular and cost effective frame styles for individuals who are looking for a frame that can compliment but not overstate their art.

Gallery Classic Frame

The custom classic frame is a formal way to present an original artwork or photographic print. The window mat allows for an artist’s signature or edition number to be showcased below the art in a tasteful manner. There are many combinations of mats and frames to select from.

Gallery Float Frame

The gallery float frame is an elegant way to give almost any flat art a museum quality presentation while keeping it safely protected behind glass. There are many combinations of materials and frames to choose from.

Sun. 11/19/17

Life’s a Festival: By Too Faced Cosmetics and Country Singer, RaeLynn

Country music singer, RaeLynn, has a known affinity for “glitter, sparkles and mythological horses,” Women’s Wear Daily writes. She has also long been a fan of Too Faced Cosmetics, which was purchased by Estee Lauder […]

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Sun. 11/19/17

Acumen #SeePeople Campaign Seeks To End Poverty

As part of a multifaceted social media and citywide event running through Thanksgiving, the nonprofit social venture fund, Acumen, partnered with photographer Martin Schoeller to create the #SeePeople campaign, coinciding with the UN’s International Day […]

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Sun. 11/19/17

Bounce at sepiaEYE

The concept of time is a timeless topic. Its derivatives are endless – nanoseconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, decades, centuries, eons, or lightyears. A clever presentation at the photography and video gallery, sepiaEYE, […]

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Sat. 11/11/17

A Quick Guide to Winter Photography

Even though it’s a bit of an adjustment to get used to colder weather and shorter days, winter can be a magical time for photography, especially when you have a game plan going into it. […]

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