Framers are workers which are mainly tasked with making frames that particularly fit photographs and artworks such as paintings, tapestry, cross-stitched wall hangings, and other wall décor. Framers may be employed by art galleries, museums, or art supply shops that offer framing services. To become a framer, a minimum of a high school diploma is required by employers with training in woodworking. Framers must be meticulous in their work and knowledgeable in carpentry principles. They also need to have an eye for aesthetics since their frames should also be visually appealing.
Sample Framer CV Template
Shady Lane, Manchester
Greater Manchester, M25 9NN
Meticulous and skilled individual looking for a job as a framer where I can devote my time and best effort in creating frames that are of excellent quality for clients.
Summary of Qualification
- Three years of work experience as a framer.
- Demonstrate a keen eye for detail and aesthetics.
- Sound knowledge in the use of tools for making frames.
- Experienced in making frames for a variety of artworks.
- Great ability to follow directions.
- Possess creative ability to make frames with fine detail.
- Able to meet deadlines and work well under time constraint.
Career Experience/Job History
2007 – Present: Framer, Creations Art Shop
- Receive orders from customers and get the measurement of their artworks.
- Design a frame and construct it after approval of customer.
- Create generic frames for sale in the art shop.
2005 – 2006: Training in Woodworking and Carpentry, Manchester
Professional reference will be furnished upon request.