First post here on the Forum.
But its a subject near and dear to my heart!
I'm not sure what exactly the rules are regarding promotion of oneself here, but a client kindly mentioned us in this thread and I wanted to follow up.
We are picture framers based in Peckham, SE London.
I'm ex-Darbyshire so used to working with clients that expect top quality museum and gallery framing. Before moving to London I framed for years in The San Francisco Bay area, with one of Jed Barks original staff.
For works on paper we only use Japanese paper tabs and wheatstarch paste (there are exceptions warranted on occasion, but we always seek the best practice in each case). Some framers might be able to use Japanese tabs if you pay them extra, but it is more time and space consuming so they don't unless you demand it and pay extra
It's becoming lost skill in most framing studios.
It's great to be on the forum. We're looking forward to sharing the knowledge accrued over the years.
We're always happy to discuss framing and art. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with us.
We see clients by appointment to make sure we have enough dedicated time to find your framing solution.
have a look at our websitewww.traeger-cowling.co.uk