Framing Workshop

Underground Gallery is not only an urban art gallery in Bergen. It’s a home to a framing workshop too, where we combine the art and framing together with the top goal to provide the best service in need.

The choice is very wide when it comes about framing.

Different styles, sizes, colors and textures of mouldings, mats and glass lets every customer make their own personal design piece for their purchase.

“Everything you can imagine is real!!!”– Pablo Picasso
kinds of color mats for customer choice.

Choosing framestyle

At Underground gallery Framing Worksop we are providing only the top class wooden mouldings which is the most common choice for any art galleries around the world.

Our customers can choose between different designs, colors and sizes.  Although, when it comes about the glass- we provide only art glass with minimum 70% UV antireflex quality to completely protect your art piece from any possible damage.

About mats, we use the natural white, white or black mats, which can be combined as a double mat which brings a black line around the motive of the picture. You Choose What You Like Best!!! We also can preorder all different

There are 3 framing styles you can achieve…


Classic framing that has stood the test of time, traditional frames have glass to protect the enclosed artwork, photograph, or certificate from dust and particles in the environment. Add a mat to the frame to give a finished appearance. Traditional picture frames come in a range of styles from casual to formal, making them a great choice for display in galleries and museums, at home, or in other professional settings. Available in wood.


When it comes to depth, shadow box frames make space to showcase! Risers installed inside the moulding of the frame raise the glass away from the backing, allowing for more space and depth (a “box”) within the frame. The additional depth allows artwork to be framed with a mat, from edge-to- edge or float-mounted. Available in wood.


This minimal style of frame, with its off-set or “stepped” moulding, creates a subtle shadow around works on canvas, adding dimension to the artwork and giving it the appearance that it is “floating” within the frame. These frames allow the viewer’s attention to rest on the artwork, while giving it a polished, professional look. Available in wood.