Custom Framing

Full service custom and conservation framing in Winnipeg.

For 50 Years, Mayberry Fine Art has been a trusted provider of premium custom framing services in Winnipeg, specialising in framing high end pieces of art in premium frames. With hundreds of options to choose from, our framing experts can advise you on selecting the perfect frame to display your valuable pieces. Whether you need to frame a painting, poster, family heirloom or other important works, Mayberry Fine Art can help.

Your art is in good hands at Mayberry Fine Art; our craftsmen have experience framing all types of mediums and sizes of art, having framed pieces by important artists such as members of the Group of Seven, Emily Carr and Walter J. Phillips, for example. Our mouldings, mats and stretchers are sourced from leading manufacturers in Europe and North America committed to the highest quality. 

With hundreds of frame styles to choose from, our in-house experts can help advise you on the right frame to display your important artwork. After a frame has been chosen, craftsmen from our custom framing workshop located in downtown Winnipeg assemble the frame built specially for your piece.  With extensive experience with Archival and Replica framing at Mayberry Fine Art, ensuring that your artwork is preserved exactly how you envision it to be has never been easier. 

Archival Framing 

Archival framing is a framing technique used by galleries and museums to ensure the longevity of a piece. Special materials and precautions are taken to ensure that environmental factors such as UV rays from sunlight do not deteriorate a piece. Certain types of wood or matting containing high amounts of acid can degrade and even burn your art, so our craftsmen use acid free mats and cotton barriers to preserve your valuable pieces. With archival framing, our craftsmen can create frames with all of the charm of a historical frame without the liabilities older frames pose to your valuable pieces. 

Replica Framing

Replica Framing is an excellent way to display pieces with historical significance. Mouldings are chosen to match or reflect the time period in which a piece was produced and the frame the artist would have had the piece framed in. Replica frames have been produced in our Downtown Winnipeg frame shop for prominent pieces by William Kurelek, Maud Lewis and Joe Norris that reflect their respective time periods. 

If you would like to learn more about our framing process or would like to discuss with our experts on custom framing, please contact Mayberry Fine Art at 204-255-5690 or email us at [email protected] to arrange a private consultation at either of our Winnipeg locations.