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Valéria et François Aubert
Encadreurs
Auvernier

« We create frames according to the rules of the art, bringing beauty and finesse to paintings and canvases. »

About

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Valéria and François Aubert now have a long experience of coaching. After an artistic training, Valéria trained as a picture framer in Lausanne. With François, a salesperson active in marketing, they bought the Lausanne workshop “Artheos framing” in 2003. In 2011, they moved to Auvernier.

« We have the impression of having participated in a few Olympic Games in Auvernier! To stay creative, we always look for something that refers to the country, the color of the jersey or the torch. »

In the old village is the Artheos framing workshop, where the Aubert couple has the opportunity to work on unusual objects of famous personalities in addition to requests from private clients, gallery owners, collectors or institutions. Every two years since 2010, they have framed the official Olympic Games jerseys for sponsors and companies around the world.

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Paticipation ACD

JEMA 2019 Neuchâtel


State


Arts Craft


Area


Other

Accessible to people with reduced mobility

Accessible by public transport

Parking nearby


Address

Artheos Encadrements
Ruelle du Petit-Port 2
2012 Auvernier

En bas de la Grand-Rue au centre du village

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Valéria et François Aubert
Encadreurs
Auvernier

About

« We create frames according to the rules of the art, bringing beauty and finesse to paintings and canvases. »

Valéria and François Aubert now have a long experience of coaching. After an artistic training, Valéria trained as a picture framer in Lausanne. With François, a salesperson active in marketing, they bought the Lausanne workshop “Artheos framing” in 2003. In 2011, they moved to Auvernier.

« We have the impression of having participated in a few Olympic Games in Auvernier! To stay creative, we always look for something that refers to the country, the color of the jersey or the torch. »

In the old village is the Artheos framing workshop, where the Aubert couple has the opportunity to work on unusual objects of famous personalities in addition to requests from private clients, gallery owners, collectors or institutions. Every two years since 2010, they have framed the official Olympic Games jerseys for sponsors and companies around the world.

More

Paticipation ACD

JEMA 2019 Neuchâtel


State


Arts Craft


Area


Other

Accessible to people with reduced mobility

Accessible by public transport

Parking nearby


Address

Artheos Encadrements
Ruelle du Petit-Port 2
2012 Auvernier

En bas de la Grand-Rue au centre du village

Visit website
View on map
See itinerary


Share


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