I have to undergo a course of chemotherapy for approx 6 months finishing just after Christmas 2017
I shall be doing a limited amount of framing during this period
Harlequin Frames offers a bespoke framing service by a qualified picture framer. Mal is one of only three UK framers qualified in the Guild's three disciplines of advanced framing i.e. Conservation, Textiles and Mount Design and Function. Harlequin Frames prides ourselves on the personal service and quality of framing materials and techniques we offer our customers.
To quote Edgar Degas - 'The Frame is the Reward of the Artist'
We offer bespoke framing of all types of artwork either on paper or canvas, photography, medals, and memorabilia.
Conservation quality framing is available to customers who may wish to protect and preserve their artwork for either investment and/or future generations. Ensure your artwork is fully protected and displayed by the use of a single, double or triple Conservation quality mount. For further enhancement of the artwork mounts could include differing corner styles, ruled lines, wash and marbled panels all available on request Please see under 'Framing' the section on 'Mount Cutting'
Textile/Fabric Art is a speciality; bespoke framing of needlepoint, cross-stitch, appliqué, quilts and antique samplers.
We offer a computerised mount cutting service via our sister website at www.mounts4you.co.uk.
Mirrors, bevelled and plain, framed to your requirements from our extensive stock of mouldings.
A Fine Art and Photographic printing service is also available offering top quality prints and a one stop shop for both printing and framing.
Mal offers training over the whole sphere of framing subjects. He regularly trains candidates at the Fine Art Trade Guild's Offices in London, the University of Lincoln and at overseas locations such as Moscow, Bologna and Northern Ireland.
Harlequin Frames works closely and in co-operation with WHConservation to provide a Conservation service to those customers that require advice and/or conservation work to be done to their artwork. For further information please see link or visit WH Conservation web-site http://whconservation.com
Harlequin Frames is located in the village of Welton, six miles north of Lincoln, Lincolnshire with parking facilities directly outside the workshop.