Framed Artwork

Artistic framing for works of art, paintings, and photos intended for display on the house or office walls.  The framing process begins with the material used for the profile.  Inexpensive plastic and pseudo-wood frames are suitable for modern pop-art.  Wood, steel and aluminum frames are intended for exquisite paintings and art.  Frame selection will impact the interpretation of the piece of art. Inexpensive plastic and pseudo-wood frames are suitable for modern pop-art.  Wood, steel and aluminum frames are intended for exquisite paintings and art.  Frame selection will impact the interpretation of the piece of art.

The Kotel - Framed ceramic art

…And Build the Temple

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Shivat Zion (Return to Zion)

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Akidat Yitzchak (Binding of Issac)

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Jerusalem's ceramic art

The Brick’s Tale

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Jerusalem ceramic art

All Dimensions of Jerusalem

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sea ceramic art

The Circle Of Life

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jew ceramic art

Everlasting Dance

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A-Tzenter

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Beit Chayenu

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It's all about the framing

Standard framing consists of a wooden profile attached to glass to protect the photo or painting.  On the other hand, vitrine framing will create a unique depth and shading.  Floating framing is a method by which the work of art is removed from the wall and affixed to a hidden surface.  Frame glazing provides the observer with an additional dimension.  The cheap, simple and shiny glass is suitable for standard framing, but due to its reflection, it is unsuitable for special works of art.  A matte glass is also ideal for standard framing, but the fine coarseness of the glass causes the light to refract in a manner that prevents reflections.  The most expensive form of glazing is with museal glass.  This glass is suitable for art displayed at museums and prestigious exhibitions.  It blocks over 99% of the UV rays and its lifetime is especially long.

The artist’s gallery designs and sculpts many works intended for framing.  Every profile is meticulously selected, including its raw material, shape, and color.  The artist personally chooses the frames, and some are produced at the gallery.  Some framed works are sculpted directly onto the frame.  Each piece has a story of its own.  The artist’s framed sculptures break through the frames, providing a 3D view in the history of the Jewish people, the landscapes and 3D stories for clients seeking unique (one of a kind) plates.  Contact the gallery for custom made framed art.