140A Windsor Street
Richmond NSW 2753
Phone (02) 4502 8980
Open Tue to Fri 9 to 5, Sat 10 to 2, closed Mon and Sun

Fine Art Picture Framing

The framing at ASA aims to provide a structurally stable and chemically inert environment in order to display and preserve the beauty and value of an artwork or object of interest. It protects the (art) object from harmful factors such as air pollution and UV light, whilst also minimising the problems caused by the possible deterioration and off-gassing of the object itself. This is achieved through the careful selection of appropriate framing materials and considered frame construction.

In addition to these preventative conservation framing procedures, ASA also examines and evaluates the condition of your artwork and can advise on its suitability for framing in its current state. When it is advisable to treat or repair an artwork/object ahead of it being framed, ASA can facilitate this work to take place with a qualified Conservator selected for their particular area of specialisation and appropriateness for the artwork/object in question.
 
Above: A series of frames for artist Jonathan Jones, untitled (salt) 2011
(Installation view: Galerie Mirchandani and Steinruecke, Mumbai, India)
Photograph by Anil Rane; courtesy the artist