Art Handling & Display
The Art Handling & Display of your artwork is a critical part of the supply of any artwork. Whether it is a frame for a picture, a plinth for your sculpture, a display case for your artefacts or a lightbox for backlit display we are able to come up with imaginative solutions to fit with your décor and budget. We have our own framing workshop and an extensive network of specialist suppliers who we are able to call on if we are unable to produce the item ourselves.
It is of paramount importance that the artwork we supply is delivered to our clients in perfect condition and installed in a fully professional manner following our brief.
Art Handling & Display is so important, wherever possible, we try to deliver the work ourselves. If this is not feasible, we can arrange specialist transportation of artwork throughout the UK and overseas.
Installation can be arranged in-house or through our network of professional installers.
We design our frames within a specified budget to enhance the art and to complement the interior where the pictures will be hung. Our workshop is capable of undertaking the most demanding work, handling large runs and meeting deadlines which would daunt other framers while still maintaining meticulous quality control.
We also supply other displays from acrylic covers and plinths to more complicated display cabinets and hanging systems.
For the more demanding installations we can call on specialists if required and are used to ensuring that any specialist equipment is planned in advance.
“Art Contact took note of our brief extremely well by contributing to the overall success of our new offices.”
Tim Raper, Speechly Bircham
“Art Contact has been professional, personal and creative with their selection of artwork and has been a major contribution to the atmosphere to any buildings we have constructed.”
Peter Jarman, Wrenbridge
“Art Contact managed a number of individual artists to ensure the project was delivered on budget and on time in readiness for the successful opening of the building.”
Ben Maguire, Lewisham Primary Care Trust