Fully insured art technicians providing end-to-end specialty fine art services.

The Level crew handling a 17th century bed rug

Our Services

Level Fine Art Services specializes in providing customized solutions for your art handling needs. With a focus on maintaining museum-quality handling and best practices, professionalism, attention to detail, and client satisfaction, we provide services tailored to meet the unique requirements of each project, from the grand view to the specific needs of individual objects or artworks. We offer museum-quality art handling, installation, and consulting services.

At Level Fine Art Services, we are committed to providing exceptional service and expertise to our clients. Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you with your fine art handling needs.

The Level crew framing pieces for an exhibition

About Us

Our company was founded on the belief that all artworks deserve to be handled with the utmost care and attention to detail. With extensive industry experience, we’ve honed our expertise in handling valuable artworks, ranging from paintings and sculptures to multimedia installations. Whether it’s a gallery exhibition, museum showcase, or private collection display, we approach each project with precision and professionalism. From unpacking and condition reporting to lighting and vinyl application, we provide expert level exhibition installation services in the northeast corridor of the US.

Level FAS continues to provide services to prestigious museums, galleries, cultural institutions, national historic landmarks, private & public universities, private collections, and corporate clients.

What our clients are saying

“Thank you very much for installing the painting. You and your colleagues did a masterful job of preparation, informing us of your plan, and organizing the entire process. It was seamless and professional.”
— Arthur S. Liverant,
Nathan Liverant and Son Antiques
“Level Fine Art Services brings the highest degree of professionalism to the task of installing exhibitions at the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery at the University of Connecticut Avery Point. Their consistent attention to detail and on-site problem solving provide the vital support I need to present high-quality exhibitions.”
— Jeanne Ciravolo,
Director, Alexey von Schlippe Gallery
University of Connecticut Avery Point
“From hanging a wall of Masonic and Odd Fellows flags to a Louise Bourgeois Spider, the team has attacked each challenge with care and attention to detail. They are simultaneously responsive to direction and great problem-solvers when a solution is needed.”
— Keffie Feldman,
Chief Curator,
Mattatuck Museum
“We had our opening event for Members last night and all came together beautifully, many compliments. Thanks again for bringing the show together so diligently!”
— Maggie Dimock,
Curator of Exhibitions and Collections
Greenwich Historical Society
“LIFE: Six Women Photographers” Exhibition
“Working with Level Fine Art Services has allowed our institution to achieve more complex and delicate installations than we would be able to manage on our own. As a small museum, we appreciate Level’s flexibility and ability to problem-solve when unexpected situations arise – whether that is an unconventional exhibition layout or a surprise 350 lb. painting. The crew members are professional, skilled, and a pleasure to work with.”
— Megan Paqua,
Museum Registrar
Fairfield University
“I began as the Director/Curator of an academic gallery six months ago and don’t know where I’d be without Level FAS. Running a smaller art institution without a full-time preparator on staff means that Level is my go-to service for everything from simple hangs to art packaging and transport. Nick Shifrin and his team of art handlers are hardworking, professional, and exceptionally friendly. They are also creative problem solvers with a diverse range of skills. Most recently, they helped me to install a complicated, large-scale exhibition that required building a new wall in the gallery, looping Super8 film through a series of pulleys and projectors, and creating an immersive “forest” out of 100-foot-long photographs. I appreciate that Nick makes the time to look at the big picture of exhibition projects, to meet with the curator, and to create plans for installations well ahead of time. Thank you, Level!”
— Carrie Cushman, Ph.D.,
Edith Dale Monson Gallery Director and Curator,
The Joseloff and Silpe Galleries,
Hartford Art School