Oil on canvas board by local artist David Young - a brushed gold moulding with a slim matt white inlay designed to compliment the stunning colour of the artwork.
A child's first attempts at art - creatively framed with a simple stressed wooden mould and highlighted with a 3D matboard surround - will surely so the seeds well into the future.
Higher School Certificate entry given the finishing touches with a simple mat board frame - no glass.
A whimsical water colour illustration of Lewis Carroll's 'Mad Hatters Tea Party' - again simplicity is nearly always the best - a simple mould/frame and white mat board - at no time distracting from the art work.
Original artwork from Central Australia simply framed with complementary mat board and dark timber frame.
Contemporary American print - white mat board and simple white frame - and it works.
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Georgia Beatie 25th June 2020
Stunning family photographs/portraits by Bathurst photographer Aimee Cook. The images were printed on a beautiful handmade paper, mounted in a 3D format and framed with a Natural White Ash frame.
Clothing & Memorabilia
Great memories preserved for all time. A 1980s vintage NSW Fire Brigade jacket framed in a shadow box (designed to give the depth needed for this heavy bulky garment) moulding with navy blue matboard.
A footy fans delight. Their favourite club jumpers framed and protected for life.
Historic family photographs given a new lease of life. Wedding portrait of Mr and Mrs Joseph Hamilton, Armidale NSW 1901 - photo had been damaged and now will last another 100 or so years. An insert included giving some details of the family involved.
Medals & Badges
Bathurst Supercar poster - again simply framed with a soft natural timber frame and a charcoal mat board. This poster has been signed by the winning drivers, thus increasing its value considerably.
Boer War and WWI service medals, badges and unfortunately the 'dead man's penny' (a large brass medallion issued to the families of a serviceman who died in service of the British Empire during WWI) of local Bathurst hero Lt Col Charles McIntosh.
This collection survived hidden in a storage cupboard at All Saints'College for 80 years before this job was commissioned.
A deep black shadow box frame was chosen with purple and khaki mat board trim backing - purple and black being the colours of the 12th Light Horse Battalion - that commanded by Lt Col McIntosh at the time of his death late in 1918.
'Winnie the Pooh' poster from the V&A Museum, London - celebrating the works of A A Milne. Framed with a thin black matt moulding and again a thin black mat board designed to distract as little as possible from the image itself.
A stunning cross stich depicting a group of old rockers - simple dark mould with a 3D mat board in colours sampled from the work itself.