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Wardell Milan at Fraenkel Gallery

Wardell Milan: Parisian Landscapes, Blue in Green Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco January 3 - February 16, 2019 Bark Frameworks frame designer Amy Hinten worked with New York-based artist Wardell Milan and Freankel Gallery in San Francisco ...

Irving Penn at Hamiltons Gallery

Irving Penn Exhibition: Paintings, at Hamiltons Gallery (London) November 28, 2018 - January 26, 2019 “Pleased with the new freedom, I found inside myself accumulated forms, enjoyed arbitrary colour, the touch of the brush, the flow of pigment, the slowness and privacy.” -- Irving ...

Framing Torild Stray for the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

Recently, we worked with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum to frame a large-scale work by Norwegian-born artist Torild Stray. Bark frame designer Paul Jordan worked with Lisa Conte, the Museum’s Head of Conservation, to frame Stray’s charcoal drawing on paper entitled “New York Metamorphosis." Created while working on ...

Custom Frames and Easels for Cartesian Graphics

Bark Frameworks designer Christine Heindl worked with Julia Roshkow, founder of Cartesian Graphics to design custom frames and easels for art made using Swarovski crystals hand-applied on intricate gridded patterns. Roshkow originally started her business making greeting cards, ...

Double-sided Frames for Alex Katz Drawings

Recently, Bark Frameworks collaborated with Timothy Taylor Gallery in Chelsea to frame a number of works on paper for "Alex Katz: Subway Drawings” (the exhibition was presented in collaboration with Gavin Brown's enterprise), Apr. 27 - June 30, 2017. Alex Katz, who attended The Cooper Union in the 1940s, chose to ...

Helen Frankenthaler at Gagosian Gallery

Helen Frankenthaler: After Abstract Expressionism, 1959 - 1962 Gagosian Gallery (Paris) June 9 - September 16, 2017 “ There are no rules. Let the picture lead you where it must go.” -- Helen Frankenthaler ...

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