Take a closer look at the mastery of fine framing – Renée Burgevin is not your average framer. Borrowing from her fine arts background, decades in the framing business and her own French heritage, she brings expertise and a sense of European flair to her impressive studio. With an homage to her late father, a talented craftsman and painter, you’ll find her favorite from his collection – of course beautifully framed – near her busy work station.
In addition to individual patrons, Atelier Renée works with a variety of businesses, galleries and organizations in the Hudson Valley region, including Mohonk Mountain House/ New Paltz, Bard College Hessel Museum of Art, Shooter’s Hill Press, Peter Corbin/Millbrook, One Art Row, Sean McCarthy/Rhinebeck, John Davis Gallery/Hudson, Galerie Gris/Hudson, William Holman Gallery/New York City, Betsy Jacaruso Studio & Gallery/Rhinebeck, Animal Farm Foundation/Amenia, Center for Photography/Woodstock, Tivoli Artists Gallery and The Art of Building/Rhinebeck, to name a few.
“The work here is collaborative process between the framer’s expertise and the aesthetic direction of the client, plus the style and budget, in achieving the ultimate look.”
— Renée Burgevin