Custom Picture Framing
- Original Art
- Fabrics and Textiles
- Sports Memorabelia
- Medals and Militaria
- Shadow Boxes
- Floating Frames
Huge range of quality timber and glass ready-made frames in a wide variety of standard sizes and finishes.
All Australian made frames from Australian suppliers and also made in-house.
Stretching of all canvas and linen art to our specially made hoop pine stretcher bars.
We’re canvas specialists – canvas print and spray coating also available.
Mats, Backings and Bags
- Computerised custom mat cutting
- Pre-cut Mats
Frame Repairs and Glass Replacement
- Repair/replace broken or damaged frames
- Glass replacement
- Range of specialty glasses and acryclics
- Hanging wire
- Wire Kits
- Glass/Acrylic cut to size
- and more…
Full range of ArtiTeq Gallery hanging system.
Print and Imaging Services
- Fine Art (Giclee) printing
- Art Reproduction
- Slide, Negative and Photo Scanning
- Photo restoration
Art Prints and Posters
Huge selection of art ranging from the old maters to contemporary images. Printed in a range of sizes to a range of papers and canvas.
Discounts available for art groups and seniors….
About Us – The Buvelot Story
In 1974, Harry Luton, ex WWII pilot and former Senior Inspector in the ACT Police Force founded Buvelot Picture Framers from humble beginnings in a garage workshop in Buvelot Street, Weston.
In 1980, Harry (and sons) moved into premises at 45 Colbee Court in Phillip where we still are today. Harry’s sons Gary and Rod continued to operate the business with Gary exiting the business around 2013 leaving Rod (and his faithful dog) running things.
In November 2018 Robert and Nicole Campbell acquired the the business from Rod Luton ending an era for the Luton family. We wish them all the best for the future. With a background in IT and print technology, Robert introduced fine art printing and digital imaging services to the framing business.
Buvelot Picture Framers over the years has developed a reputation for quality framing – a legacy we plan to continue.
Article from The Canberra Times – 30 November 1993