Our custom framing studio in Boston, MA and Newton, MA have serviced individuals for over 20 years. We are made up of knowledgeable artisans who handcraft your artwork using their skills and expertise when it comes to personalizing picture frames. With a variety of frame options to choose from, our skilled artwork conservator will work closely with you to carefully choose the frames that you deserve for your work of art. Regardless of the medium, we pride in bringing your valuable art piece back to its original form or modify the current patina. We can fabricate missing pieces, reapply gold leaf where necessary, and stabilize the entire structure. Your art piece will hang in its original form for years to come!
Our dedicated professional and experienced art designers work to meet the needs of your most prized piece, handcrafting custom frames, art display cases, and mounts from a selection of raw hardwoods. We take pride in your artwork and understand the value of personalized possessions. We proudly carry a selection of picture frame moldings from these exceptional companies:
C & J Frames – They use a variety of traditional and old world materials of the finest quality to bring to life your finished work of art. These frames are hand-carved, hand-leafed, completed finished corners, are reproduced, and fully customized.
Roman Molding – Italian artisans special hand-crafted these frames in a traditional and contemporary design. These high-quality frames accommodate any budget while obtaining the highest quality.
Picture Woods – A simple yet cleanly designed, elegant profile, these hardwood moldings are crafted in the U.S.
Using only the best high museum quality materials, we provide full service archival custom framing of your personalized work of art on paper, canvas, and fabric/textiles, using only the finest UV-filtering glass from TrueVue. We offer full service archival custom framing of:
“The display box you created for me is truly beautiful.”
“Thank you Bernard for your guidance on helping me choose these great frames for our family portraits. They look so very nice.”
“Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous!”