Category Archives: Contemporary Framing

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Robyn_Emerson_Installation American Maple Frames

We were pleased to have worked on the framing for Robyn Emerson’s exhibition of encaustic works at the Town Hall Gallery in Hawthorn. Robyn’s works were framed in custom milled American Hard Maple floater frames. You can see Robyn’s exhibition until March 1st 2014.

Exhibition Framing: Larry Parkinson

We recently completed the framing of an exhibition by Melbourne print maker Larry Parkinson. Larry’s work is highly detailed and produced using multi plate wood blocks. The works on paper have been float mounted and framed with spacers in box white frames.

The show is currently being held at The Stockroom in Kyneton until September 8th. Please see http://www.stockroomkyneton.com/exhibitions/index.html for more information.

Melbourne artist Larry Parkinson print making exhibition framing in float mounted white box frames

Max Dupain’s Sunbaker 1937

One of the most iconic Australian photographs of the 20th century is undoubtedly Max Dupain’s Sunbaker. Taken at Culburra Beach, NSW in 1937, the photograph was taken during his more artistic years before he delved into more commercial work and later became well known in the when it graced the poster of Max Dupain’s exhibition at the Australian Centre for Photography in 1975.

This limited edition print was produced by the estate of the photographer. Framed in a hand stained and polished Tasmanian oak gallery frame with an 8 ply matboard to space it from the glazing and subtly adding depth. Max-Dupain-Sunbaker-1937

Salon Des Ensembliers Poster

salon-des-ensembliers Framed poster inspired by channel 9's The BlockJosh and Jenna The Block

You may recognise the image on the left from channel 9′s The Block when Josh and Jenna renovated their kitchen.

Above we have framed a larger version of the poster for a client to show just how large and impressive this image is.

Framed in a gallery style thick box frame, dry mounted, matboard surrounding it and acrylic glazing, this stands at 2.2 metres high by 1.4 wide.