Restoration can bring back some of the visual memories that time has eroded. Whether it is a torn canvas, "rust spots" on a watercolor or a photograph permanently adhered to the glass of an old family frame, we have the tools to help bring renewed "life" to your art.
Located above, and affiliated with, The Camera Shop of Traverse City allows us direct access to the tools and technology of the photographic world. The Camera Shop is the only camera shop left in Northern Michigan and is only one of a few photo labs that still processes film. The resume of the lab staff is long and experienced when it comes to recreating and restoring damaged photographs. The staff has worked on projects from fire and water damage, fading images on a photograph, mold, scratches and even marriage and birth certificates that have endured decades of exposure to the elements. Using the most up-to-date technology, TCS can bring back these images for many more decades.
WATERCOLOR, ACRYLIC & OIL
Fusion Framing has teamed up with local artists, including Dan Oberschulte who has worked with the Dennos museum and other reputable collectors, in order to help with your restoration needs. These artists are trained to restore damaged art including watercolors, acrylics, oils, warpped canvases, torn papers or canvas and even some sculpture work.
We adhere to the U.S. legal and ethical standards concerning the reproduction of copywritten or original work.
Quote from the copyright.gov website (US Copyright Law): your art is considered copyright protected from "the moment it is created and fixed in a tangible form that it is perceptible either directly or with the aid of a machine or device."