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Clients Testimonials

  • Received and look good, artists are happy.

    [In relation to Exhibition at the South Bank Centre]

    Chris McCabe, Southbank Centre
  • Thank you so much for doing a great job at short notice. The Frames look great and the private view went well.

    Best wishes and thanks again.

    Susan Johankanecht, Artist Exhibiting at the Poetry Library in the South Bank Centre, March 2012
  • The Frames look lovely, thank you.

    Katharine Meymell, Artist Exhibiting at the Poetry Library Exhibition on the South Bank, March 2012
  • I am the Interpretation Manager for ‘Victoria Reveal’. Thank you for mounting the photos so beautifully and for your patience with all our problems.

    [In relation for March 2012 reopening of Kensington Palace]

    Alexandra Gaffikin AMA Kensington Palace

Fabric and Textile Framing

Framing Fabric and Textiles

Typical Fabric Framing by Queens Park Picture Framers

  • There are a number of ways of dealing with framing of fabrics and textiles. For conservation reasons they should be attached to acid free mount card with the use of careful stitching.
  • For instance, cotton and silk scarfs or handkerchiefs such as the series employed by artists such as Tracey Emin, should be stitched securely to the background using in order they do not sag, stretch of tears.
  • Once this is done, they can be framed in a box frame or surrounded by a further mount in order to keep the artwork away from the glass, a further requirement for conservation.

 

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Over the years we have framed just about every fabric and textile imaginable. We have a great deal of experience which allows us to work with you to find the most appropriate technique that you are happy with.