Specialised in their nature, SBCF services have a single objective: the display of artworks in the protected, stabilised and aesthetic setting that finishes the offered object.
Design expertise, science-backed techniques, museum-grade materials and products sourced from proven local and international manufacturers all make their individual contributions to the final outcome: a painting, an etching, a lithograph, a photograph, a bark painting or three-dimensional object resting in discreet harmony within the support and setting that underscore the work’s defining attributes – whether vigour or subtlety, lustre or ruggedness – with equal adroitness.
When is a frame much more than a frame? What does ‘preservation framing’ offer that ordinary framing does not? There is a world of difference between the two.
We’ve said it earlier: artworks come in all manner of conditions: while some of them are pristine, many are in need of attention if they are not to continue on the path to deterioration.