The correct matting and mounting of artwork enhances its presentation and provides security for its archival long-term protection. We treat mat cutting as an art and choose the most advanced archival adhesives to bond your art to its substrate to create a chemically-stable and durable package.



We use both computerized and traditional hand-cut mat cutting techniques with a variety of museum boards to perfectly place the window to your art.

Image copyright the E.O. Hoppé Estate Collection



Substrate choices include pH-neutral museum board, DiBond (aluminum sheets thermobonded to a solid polyethylene core), aluminum, Sintra (a highly durable and archival PVC board), up to 79 x 160 inches (200 x 400 cm) depending on substrate size.

 Image copyright  Martin Schoeller

Image copyright Martin Schoeller