Mona Lisa Framing: About Us – Hear Our Voice

Hear Our Voice

The art of picture framing is ultimately to preserve art, but it’s also
preserving a moment in time not to be forgotten. Silently holding
consciousness – this moment is separate from time and space; it’s
an energy that is held in place. Regardless of what changes may
happen around that framed piece, the inward domain will never
change. It is there for us to look upon in our darkest hours
and happiest days to reclaim our birthright of everyday
grace. Beginning with the preservation techniques of
mounting to the balancing of light within matting
leading to the protective application of glass
and finally to a feeling of completion
and wholeness through the frame–
the art itself becomes a mantra
leading us towards a
healing.

Dayana Moreno

Dayana Moreno

Dayana Moreno re-joined Mona Lisa Framing as production manager in 2014. She has been in the framing industry since 1998 and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from Montclair State University. Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, Dayana’s passion and fascination for art started at a very young age, thanks to her monthly trips to museums with her father. Upon graduating from high school, she took a trip to Europe where she got “bit by the bug” falling in love with Art. It was then she decided to pursue a career in Art Preservation.

In 2001 she met Krista where they worked together for two years at a RIAA Gold and Platinum Record award manufacturer designing and creating music awards for top recording artists. Dayana’s creative freedom and innovative expression allowed her to tackle each project with integrity and precision. Her creativity, passion, and dedication have made her an “out of the box” thinker making her unique in her field. Dayana was production manager for Mona Lisa Framing from 2007-2008 when she then took a hiatus to start a family and then returned in 2014.