At Clayton Galleries, we offer a full range of frame profiles varying
from basic to unique 18kt-22kt hand carved gold-leaf finishes. All
work is custom, so we are not limited by size or shape of the work to
Check out this article by the St. Pete Times!
Framing of a work of art is very important in order to protect and
preserve your investment. That means that the materials that surrounds
your art have the correct ph value, are acid-free and archival.
Possible exposure to ultra-light light should also be a consideration.
To protect against light damage, there are several filtered glazings
available in glass and Plexiglas®
. We take care in the handling and
framing of all works on paper, canvas, and other media. Mark Feingold
has been framing for over 28 years and has the education, training,
and experience to insure that your framing is done correctly. He has a
degree in both Fine Arts and Art Education from the University of
South Florida and began his work at the USF Museum and Art Gallery.
After that, he was at the The Tampa Museum of Art as a preparator for ten
years. He has been with Clayton Galleries for over fourteen years as
manager, curator, registrar, and framer.
Some of our Corporate clients include:
The New York Bank of Mellon
The Guggenheim Museum
The Tampa Museum of Art
The St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts
The Leepa-Rattner Museum
Holland and Knight
Thomas and LoCicero
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University of Central Florida