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Ellisville, MO 63021

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F R A M I N G

STRAIGHT FIT CANVAS

 

Art sits inside the frame. The frame covers about a 1/2" of canvas. This works for both stretched & mounted canvases.

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This timeless look is versatile and elegant. Depending on the frame choice, a piece can lean more traditional or contemporary.

For artwork that requires framing, TOC Artwork frames all art in house, ensuring the very highest quality standards.  We custom cut our frames and frame each piece by hand.  This guarantees quality control of the products regardless of job size.  
Contact us for our complete frame collection.

 

Good quality products are at the heart of why our art looks excellent and holds its integrity over time.  We use all wood frames;
we never use plastic or metal.  We offer various types of glass appropriate for the project (UV protection, museum grade, etc.),
and include the proper hardware. 

F R A M I N G  S T Y L E S

FRAMED & MATTED ART UNDER GLASS

 

Art sits under a mat inside the frame. The frame covers about a 1/2" of the mat and holds the glass onto the piece.

 

This is great for smaller pieces (under 32x40") and is the go-to solution for corridors, individual offices, patient rooms, or any lower budget space.

UNFRAMED CANVAS

 

Our team will build a stretcher bar (the wood structure that gives a canvas its shape) and stretches the canvas over it. We gallery wrap the sides, meaning that the image continues around the sides of the stretcher bar and the canvas is stapled on the back to secure it in place.

 

This is great cost-effective solution for when you want a big impact, but don't have room in the budget to frame every piece.

FLOATER FRAME

 

We stretch & gallery wrap a canvas and then set it in a frame that is designed to reveal a space between the inner edge of the frame and the art.

 

This framing style creates powerful visual impact. The space (or "reveal") gives a sense of depth that really highlights the art by bringing it to the same sight plane as the rest of the frame. It gives a contemporary feel to any piece.