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This is a custom cradled panel project we did for Amy  Ellingson.  (Screenshot taken from her website)    AmyEllingson.com

This is a custom cradled panel project we did for Amy Ellingson. (Screenshot taken from her website)

AmyEllingson.com

Artist:  Roy Lichtenstein   This was a project for interior designer Aaron Osborne for a client in Petaluma Ca.  We mounted 4 pieces together on raw canvas to create the single image, then stretched the piece in the clients home as it was too big to go through the door.

Artist: Roy Lichtenstein

This was a project for interior designer Aaron Osborne for a client in Petaluma Ca.

We mounted 4 pieces together on raw canvas to create the single image, then stretched the piece in the clients home as it was too big to go through the door.

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This was a project for Interior designer  Peter Dunham . We stated with this massive frame that was 3 feet too tall for the piece, and the tiger began as a folded tapestry. 

This was a project for Interior designer Peter Dunham. We stated with this massive frame that was 3 feet too tall for the piece, and the tiger began as a folded tapestry. 

PeterDunham.com

PeterDunham.com

Commission for  Google . Artist:  Michael Rios . Note that the image wraps around the wall seamlessly. 

Commission for Google. Artist: Michael Rios. Note that the image wraps around the wall seamlessly. 

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Title: The Passion of Jesus Christ  Artist  Émile Henri Bernard  (1930's)    www.pacificartscollection.com    One of the last jobs I did as an employee of John Annesley was the mounting of this masterpiece on behalf of the Pacific Arts Collection in the East Bay. This process took about a month of stretching, warming and re stretching. The painting had been re-lined with a thick wax layer +/- 1/4" that made semi-permanent indentations that we removed with heat, tension and time.   

Title: The Passion of Jesus Christ

Artist Émile Henri Bernard (1930's)

www.pacificartscollection.com

One of the last jobs I did as an employee of John Annesley was the mounting of this masterpiece on behalf of the Pacific Arts Collection in the East Bay. This process took about a month of stretching, warming and re stretching. The painting had been re-lined with a thick wax layer +/- 1/4" that made semi-permanent indentations that we removed with heat, tension and time.