Conservation DistList Archives [Date] [Subject] [Author] [SEARCH]

Subject: Exhibition display walls available

Exhibition display walls available

From: George Schwartz <george>
Date: Tuesday, November 23, 2004
NB These must be picked up by Saturday December 4, 2004.

There are approximately thirty mobile exhibition display walls
available, which were used for the display of rotating exhibitions
at the International Museum of Cartoon Art in Boca Raton, Florida.

These walls are finished on all sides to maximize their usable
display area and were professionally constructed of plywood, covered
with a neutral, (18%) gray "burfab" type material which accepts
Velcro or other hook and loop type fastener, or can be nailed or
screwed into repeatedly without any apparent damage to display
rotating exhibits. All have lockable casters for easy mobility.

Most of the walls measure 8 feet x 8 feet height x 2 feet wide, a
few are half as long, measuring only 4 feet in length. Most have
lockable doors to access their interior for storage. A few have
built in cavities on one side with lockable sliding glass doors,
some with built in lights for displaying objects. An example of
these display walls may be seen at:

They are all in excellent condition and originally cost well in
excess of $1000.00 each. They are available to any non-profit for
the cost of transportation from Boca Raton, however any and all
token donations to the International Museum of Cartoon Art will be
appreciated, as they can use all the help they can get with setting
up their new location in the Empire State Building in New York City.

For information please contact Laura Riesinger at 561-912-4368 and
leave a message, or by e-mail to reisinl [at] sunbeam__com, or the

George Schwartz
ConservArt - Master Frame Makers and Art Conservators
8177 Glades Road #16
Boca Raton, FL 33434 U.S.A.
Fax: 561-482-6787

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:24
               Distributed: Wednesday, November 24, 2004
                       Message Id: cdl-18-24-003
Received on Tuesday, 23 November, 2004

[Search all CoOL documents]