Tel: +27 11 913 0490 / Cel: 082 576 7193
PO Box 17709, Sunward Park, 1470
Shop 5, Parkrand Piazza, Van Wyk Louw Drive, Parkrand
E-mail: janbre@telkomsa.net


Jan at the Reflection Table

It is important to have a quality unit to view your newly acquired artwork. To be able to get good prospective, the table is 1200mm wide.

Personalised Clocks

Family Portraits, or as Company promotional items.

Mirrors done to any size and frame of your choice.
Conservation Framing

To know how to be able to frame art in such a way that whatever you do, it can be reversed with no ill effect. Conservation framing is not a luxury but an investment. The conservation of the artwork for future preservation is essential.

Certificate

Boasting a certificate in completing the South African Picure Framers Academy's professional course.

Custom Framing

Framing a poster, newspaper clipping or fine art, custom framing will reflect your personal taste and protect your piece for years to come.

Vacuum Pressing

The piece is placed in position and then immediately put into the vacuum press.

S.A.P.F.A.
South African Picture Framers Academy

Things to know before framing you picture:

1. What and why to custom frame:

Whether you are framing a poster, your child's handprints or a fine work of art, custom framing will reflect your personal taste and protect your piece for years to come.

2. Consider the surroundings:

While you should certainly consider the room's decor you shouldn't match the frame to the room, rather to the artwork. Keep in mind that the decor may change in future.

3. Choose mounting board to enhance your work:

The term is used to describe the 'window-cut' material placed around an image within the frame. Mounting board makes the overall size of the finished piece larger and provides a space for the eyes to rest between the art and the frame.

4. An ounce of prevention:

On occasion art is damaged prior to arriving at the frame shop, because of improper storing or transportation. If it is a rolled piece, such as a poster - rubber bands, tape, paper clips, or even a gentle squeeze could cause serious damage. Make sure the art is placed in a folder, protective cover or tube.

It's all in the detail!

We invite you to a FREE demonstration

Because we value your art, framing is done on the premises