Making art stand out.
I can help place your pictures to compliment your room. Or, if you have it figured out already, I’ll hang them quickly, efficiently and safely without leaving any mess. Every room has its own picture hanging solution. My art hanging gallery demonstrates some of the the arrangements I’ve helped my customers create.
Art to suit the room or a room to suit the art? When it’s hard to tell which came first, you know you have a match made in heaven.
Just what’s needed for an imposing stair landing – something large and bold – in this case a modern juxtaposition of a classic portrait.
A simple matching of key colours transformed this room from good to great.
Eight artworks placed symmetrically in a dining room at Prima Pearl Tower, Southbank.
A tight arrangement of identically framed photos becomes greater than the sum of its parts.
The placement of identical mirrors across a wall of ‘Three Wild Ducks’ restaurant in Mt Eliza added light and upped the ambience.
A large artwork safely installed without disturbance to its delicate surroundings.
Unusual art hanging – a picture wall of hand painted plates for Zuster Furniture showroom in Richmond.
Delivery and installation in offices – I can transport artworks up to 1.2 metres x 1.8 metres.
Radial mirror designs make a stylish foyer. Styled by Jacqui Moore of Greenhouse Interiors.
The wall of a guitar school covered with… famous guitarists, of course.
Taxidermy calls for robust attachment – either a knock-in or an expanding bolt.
Room de rouge – a plethora of reds creates a rich, inviting lair in this Armadale home.
A high stair-well is employed to dramatic effect displaying family photos.
You could make do with just the tall ladder… but who would want to balance a large artwork while standing at the top of it?
Colourful exhibit installed at Kinross Arts and Spirituality Centre, toorak.
Art hanging is about creating a story with collected pieces.
Well matched colours and textures add value to the overall ‘picture’.
Creating a harmonious combination of antiques means knowing when to hold back.
With lots of black shapes, this feature wall was designed to flow rather than fit a grid.
This framed photo, two metres wide and weighing over 65 kg, was hung safely on a stud wall by attaching Z-Bar french cleats to the back.
A large 1.8 metre canvas required careful handling to be positioned high in a stairwell .
Small artworks are grouped symmetrically to form a cohesive whole at this holiday beach house.
A rigging of high-tensile stainless steel cable solved the problem of unobtrusively suspending this life-size ‘Pinnochio’ marionette.
In Middle Park, Diane’s pet, Lola, was clearly taken by my toolbox.
To make a booking or ask about a job, please phone me from 9.00am – 6.00pm, Mon – Friday on 0403 803 015. Or email: email@example.com
Servicing all metro Melbourne as well as country areas by arrangement.