Frame for Adam Miller’s Quebec - 2016/2017

The monumental 8’ x 10’ canvas was framed in a 10” wide oxidized solid walnut molding around a hollow baltic birch ply core with welded steel structural supports. The frame was designed to be modular, lightweight, and able to be disassembled and crated for frequent exhibitions.


Frame for Adam Miller's triptych Hermaphroditus, oil on tempera, 24 x 48 in. from the group show Nocturne at Booth Gallery, NYC July, 2018.

Frame is a Rossetti style painting frame. Milled quarter-sawn white oak with integrated mullions, 22k oil-gilded surface, shellac and casein patina. Baltic birch finished back. Molding width: 5-5/8 in. Overall dimensions: 35 x 64-1/2 x 2-1/4 in.


Reframing Albert Bierstadt’s Mount Whitney for the Rockwell Museum, Corning, NY

Working with Gill & Lagodich to produce a spectacular frame for this iconic paining of the American West.