Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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A R T S 268 CS D After years of creating his own art, Wilfred Spoon decided to frame his own works as well. That eventually led the artist to purchase Carolina Fine Art Framing more than fve years ago, a company that's been around since the 1950s. These days, it's where Spoon, an art school graduate, happily hides away crafting handmade, museum-quality frames used by everyone from private enthusi- asts to the Gibbes Museum of Art. Situated in a house upstairs on Spring Street, Spoon's shop walls are flled with samples rep- resenting styles that range from Oriental and Gothic tabernacle to Art Deco. The craftsman prides himself on using tech- niques that date back several centuries, including hand carv- ing. Carolina Fine Art Framing does custom frames not only for works of art, but also for things like fat-screen TVs, plus Spoon is glad to personally install a frame, offer advice at your home or restore an antique. Customers are welcome to stop into the workshop or studio for private visits and to discuss specifc framing needs. CAROLINA FINE ART FRAMING Carolina Fine Art Framing 843-723-2266 carolinaframes.com

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