May Kennedy admiring her Charles Comfort painting. We used a gold fillet, seamless liner and Louis XVI Water-gilded frame by Larson Juhl.
Milan Stevulak with his own painting,
"On the Street Where You Live."
Claire, happy beside her captivating landscape in a float frame.
Joan and Gillian McConnell with Joans' John MacDonald
Gus with one of 3 landscape paintings he had framed.
Steve just wanted the broken glass replaced for this charming still life. He went for the museum glass, and as you can see, there is no reflection. He wanted to pick the best glass to honor his loved one, who was the artist.
Local author and activist Evelyn White next to a portrait of herself by Margarite Sanchez.
(Photo by Joanne Bealy)
A First Nations arrowhead found on Salt Spring Island, framed as a family keepsake.
Carol and Gary have amazing art, and always pick fantastic frames. This abstract looks especially stunning in its Larson-Juhl wooden frame from the Craig Ponzio "Belmont" collection.
Claire's Ruckle Park scene painted by Sue Bayley,(www.suebayley.com), is showcased beautifully with a fabric liner and deep cherry frame.
Mac's Grandma wanted to make sure that his artistic efforts were recognized. We framed his 'Puppets' then shipped them to him at his home in the U.S. (As you can see, he was quite delighted!).
This Japanese stamp was very special to the lady who brought it in. We triple matted it and used a dark brown swoop frame. It turned out beautifully!
This is a classic example of a frame with a liner. This Randolph Parker miniature lanscape has a seamless, beveled, linen liner and gold frame. As this is a painting on panel, no glass was required.
Alex needed to upgrade his Jewellery case for the Saturday Market. He wanted something elegant, yet durable to showcase his jewellery, (Alex Lyons Designs). We ended up going with four solid maple frames and adding glass and hardware to open it with. The result was lovely, AND strong.
Sue with her lovely landscape, re-framed with an ornate purple frame from Folkgraphis.
This Irene Hoffar-Reid was framed using a plein-air-style, gold-gilded frame from Classic - simple, yet elegant.