Australiana Picture Frames
Australiana Picture Frames is owned and operated by Wal and Kay Murray at their modern workshop/studio located just out of Bathurst on the Limekilns Road.
Photograph of a Dalmatian Coastal village by Alexander Murray. Moulding and matboard carefully chosen to complement thee colourful roof tops and rugged stone fortifications
A range of frame profiles and colourful mat boards can be carefully selected for your special requirements with some well chosen advice by local graphic designer & artist Wal Murray.
We offer a quality and creative product at a very affordable cost.
'Everything you can imagine is real.'
Call Wal Murray to make an appointment - 6337 6700
At Australiana Picture Frames a simple picture frame can be many things:
Original Artworks (oils, watercolour, acrylic, printmaking, HSC entries)
Photographs (sporting, family, historic)
Needlework (tapestries, clothing, knitting, cross stiches)
Clothing and Memrobilia (sporting, caps)
Medals and Badges (war items, sporting)
Quite often an old frame has many memories. Frames can be cleaned and minor repairs made - add a new mat board finish and your old image has a new life for many years to come.
A sad old print in poor condition - frame was grubby, backing materials weathered and falling apart. The customers desire was to keep as original as possible. The work was completely disassembled cleaned. Original glass replaced and new conservation friendly backing board was added. The finished object stunning.
Two quite badly damaged watercolour illustrations by noted Australian artist Neville Cauley - 1897. Found in a deceased estate in Coonamble. Cleaned, pieced together and assembled in new frames with conservation mat and backing board.
An original French Provincial oil painting under goes a complete makeover. Dated heavy timber frame removed, image cleaned of dust and grime (all care taken not to damage the surfaces) and new mats and moulding selected.
Local Central West artist Nic Mason collecting recently framed works for her exhibition in Bathurst, March 2017.