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Gallery 919 Market and 
Carspecken-Scott Gallery
"Wanderlust": Paintings by Patricia Griffin

Opening Reception:
Friday, June 5th, 2015
5:30 - 7:30pm
Gallery 919 Market
919 North Market Street
Wilmington, DE  19801

Exhibition will continue through 
June 29th.

Carspecken Scott Gallery  
1707 N. Lincoln Street  
Wilmington, Delaware 19806
Tel:      302-655-7173 
Fax:     302-655-8971 
Hours:  Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 5:00 pm
            and by appointment


  © 2007 Carspecken-Scott Gallery                 Links                      1707 N. Lincoln Street, Wilmington DE  19806  - Tel: 302-655-7173


Carspecken-Scott Art Gallery in Wilmington, Delaware exhibits artwork by contemporary Eastern and Mid-Atlantic artists. We provide outstanding conservation/restoration & framing services for all types of artwork with emphasis on properly framing works for future preservation. Providing French mats, fabric wrapped mats, finished corner frames and all traditional and modern mouldings, matting and glass. We also offer picture hanging services for the home & office in the Wilmington, Delaware area.


We provide outstanding art framing and picture framing services and are especially interested in preservation of art for their future. We provide French mats, fabric wrapped mats, finished corner frames as well as a wide array of traditional and modern mouldings, matting and glass.

We also provide the following services.  Please contact us with your questions:

Conservation & restoration of paintings & prints

Custom Mirrors

Picture Lights

Picture hanging services for home & office


With expert care and attention, Carspecken Scott Gallery provides a wide variety of art restoration services. From original works on canvas to paper, mixed media, etchings and giclees, we pride ourselves in returning your artwork to its near original form.

We offer a free, no obligation consultation of your artwork and all of our restoration work is fully guaranteed. 

Fingermarks from the most handled areas during framing, shipping and handling can be removed. Yellowing due to exposure to ultra violet light, age and acidification is also addressed. Further, common surface scratches and cracking can be gently buffed away and varnish residue can be removed prior to a new varnish coating. 

Many people do not realize that artwork exposed to humid areas, such as beach front properties, can become damaged by moisture and mold. By the use of various chemicals and drying techniques, we can repair artwork with these types of issues.

Is it time to have your investment inspected and cleaned?.

Pictured below is an early 19th Century portrait midway in the cleaning process.  Just imagine the difference we can achieve for your work of art.


Carspecken Scott is proud to announce that it is now an authorized dealer of the finest line of art lighting available in the United States -- Academy Light. 

“A wonderful new light has
appeared to rave reviews”
The New York Times

Now, for a surprisingly reasonable cost, you can have the same lighting that The Frick Collection in New York chose to display its works. Academy Light relies on low-voltage tungsten-halogen lamps to deliver optimum color rendering through the use of patented reflectors with soft-edged beams. The distribution of light over the painting’s surface can be fine-tuned with various rotations and permutations in each fixture, which protects those who view the painting from glare.

The Academy Light is unrivalled by other seemingly similar fixtures due to its
technologically advanced, low-voltage picture lights that provide an unsurpassed level of high performance. Why? The miniature, tungsten halogen lamps (bulbs) are powered at only 12 volts and have the distinct advantage of rendering true colors, having been designed to allow the use of both capsule lamps for smaller artwork and dichroic (MR11) lamps for larger artwork.