Here is a picture hanging portfolio,
which shows some of my past work
Here is a
picture hanging portfolio,
some of my past work
Ten frames of different sizes and designs coming together as a montage (where the whole is more than the sum of its parts).
Montages are a popular format for family photos, and a highlight in my work I very much enjoy doing.
A group of five ceramic birds “flying” across two walls.
The birds came with no means to fix to the wall, so some purpose-made fittings needed to be created to allow the birds to be fastened flush to the wall.
12 Art Deco posters in the process of being hung in a long hallway. The frames are fastened with a “Secure T-Screw Picture Hanging System”. This system easily prevents theft but fastening its 3 components requires a high level of accuracy by the picture hanger.
This montage of diverse original artworks covers a wall more than 4.5 meters in length. Many of these pieces carry a personal and significant story for the owner, making this montage even more meaningful.
Relocating from the family home to a retirement village can be an unsettling experience. Having many of one’s beloved artworks, such as this quirky montage installed in the downsized apartment can make a new place instantly more familiar and homely.
This company meeting room has a grid with staff awards. I have designed the grid pattern such that it is very easy to add another row and many more awards over the coming years, without disturbing the overall balance and appearance of the total grid as it grows.
Some customers have more demanding pieces of art, like this ceramic sculpture that they want hung professionally.
Large or heavy mirrors can be challenging to hang. This particular mirror has been hung with french cleats.
A flower image printed onto a perspex sheet with a LED lighthing “squiggle” on top. Fastened with 6 specialty screws, which create a gap from the wall to allow space for wiring and achieve a three dimensional appearance.
Four large, original oil paintings have been arranged according to the artist’s instructions.
Narrow stairs can be challenging places to hang something. This large flag’s right corner fixing is nearly 4.5 metres above the ground and too far away to be reached from the glass balustrade at the side.
A minimalist montage of original artworks effectively arranged in a hallway.
An AirBnB has been enriched with well-placed artwork.
Two matching boxed picture frames are positioned in a way that allows flowers and sculptures to be arranged sympathetically on the sideboard.