Award-Winning Design
Small Business Award, 2013, San Fernando Valley
3rd Place award winner in framing competition, 2014, Las Vegas.
The 2010 First Place award winner in the Professional Picture Framer's Association framing competition. This frame entry went on to win A Judge's Award in the International Framing Competition in Las Vegas. This is a heavily "stacked" frame design. Noted in the cross section photo, it consists of four frame mouldings stacked and assembled in a pattern creating a unique, large frame design.
The 2013 First Place award winner in the Professional Picture Framer's Association framing competition. This frame entry went on the win the Third Place position in the International Framing Competition in Las Vegas. Our unique "floating" mount one of the strong elements that caught the admiration from the judging panel.
An earlier entry from 2009, this pendant in a shadowbox received the Judge's Award for Innovation of Design in the PPFA Open Competition. Our invisible floating process caught the imagination of the judging panel. Note that the jewelry box in the background of the shadowbox was made entirely from framing materials, not prefabricated.
Boris (right) and J. (left) proudly displaying a First Place Award and Ribbon from the Professional Picture Framer's Association. In the background are many of our other award winners.
In 2014 Striving Artists took big accolades from the PPFA framing competition. This time we received the First Place Award in the Open Competition and the Judge's Award for design and craftsmanship in the Print Competition.
J. accepts, on behalf of Striving Artists, the United Chambers of San Fernando Valley & Region's Small Business Award.
This ceremony was held at the Marriot in Woodland Hills, in June 2013.
Boris is awarded congratulations certificates from the City of Los Angeles and the California Senate for his business contributions to the community.
The United Chambers of San Fernando Valley and Region recognized Striving
Artists in 2013 with its Small Business Award. The United Chamber is a conglomeration of all the Chamber of Commerce organizations throughout the region. At a ceremony held at the Marriot Hotel we were given this honor for outstanding service in the community.

 

AWARD-WINNING DESIGN and SERVICES

Beyond providing quality art services for our customers, Striving Artists has been recognized and awarded for its contribution to the community and commitment to excellence. Below are some examples of accolades given to Striving Artists.
 
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The 2014 International Third Place award winner in the Professional Picture Framers Association framing competition in Las Vegas. This frame entry went on the win the First Place position in the Southern California  Framing Competition. Our unique "floating" mount one of the strong elements that caught the admiration from the judging panel.
      

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1st place winning design at PPFA competition, 2014
A sophisticated double sided framing of construction nails from 18-th century. These nails are made from iron and intended for wooden buildings construction. Being able to display them in a manner, in which they are piercing a wooden board and viewed from both sides seemed optimal and aesthetically pleasing.

 
1st place winning design at PPFA competition, 2014, Los Angeles

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1st place winning design at Professional Picture Framing competition, 2016.
A group of 4 printed artworks was given to each competitor. When we received it our mind was immediately set on a mission to find a way to present these in a manner of tradition and serenity. Before long we knew we wanted to convert them into scrolls for display.
Later, it occurred to us that the framing element could, in itself, represent a place of serenity, thus, the reason the frame was stylized as a tea house.


 

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