Ballet BC’s World Premiere: Giselle

Framagraphic is proud to be a donor for Ballet BC’s Silent Auction Gala at the world premiere of Giselle by Resident Choreographer José Navas. We will be donating the original painting Peaceful Valley by Marie-Claude Boucher.

Fine Art Framing and Archival Matting

A customer came in the other day with a number of limited edition prints and original artworks that have suffered damage from the materials that were used to frame them. We contacted Rebecca Pavitt, a conservationist whose clients include the Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery, UBC Special Collections, along with a number of private local galleries to help us restore the limited edition prints.

Shadow Box Framing: Leica Camera

A few weekends ago, a large and bubbly family came into the store with a vintage Leica camera- one of their late grandfather’s favourite possessions. The challenge was that the camera itself was much deeper than most of the frames. Luckily, Larson-Juhl came to help with a special design moulding.

Framing Inuit Art: The Sister’s Story

Framagraphic has had the pleasure of framing a number of Yellowknife-based artists Germaine Arnaktauyok ‘s work from the Inuit Gallery. The Sister’s Story is a print describing an old Inuit legend.

Boxing Week Sale

Either drop by Framagraphic or check the shop section on our website for some of the items that will be available this boxing week sale.

Portraits of the Treaty Empire Down to the Last Prints

Check the artwork made by Andy Averson born in Comox, BC. These prints are available both framed and unframed. Call us today or visit our gallery. The last of our Andy Everson prints are flying (or jetting) off the walls. This latest series included six iconic characters, each extracted from the Star Wars series, and tattooed with Haida patterns.

Framing Turkish Camel Bags

We pride ourselves on taking custom framing challenges. Our latest framing task was a pair of  Turkish camel bags. This is an example of tricky shadow box or object framing we do as a framing company in Vancouver.