Atelier Rosal was founded by Nicholas Rosal and Heidi Loder-Rosal as a multi faceted arts resource company. Originally formed in NYC and working under the name of MH Fine Art Framing, the company has been trusted with precious works of art for over a decade as well as supporting the arts community with gallery level art openings and events.
At Atelier Rosal, we will continue to service our past, present and future clients, who typically are architects, interior designers, artists, collectors, and people who just want their precious photos, works on paper or unique works cared for, with the quality workmanship that has been the foundation of our reputation.
Beyond custom framing, we offer works by local artists, jewelers and crafts people for the purpose of promoting the creative and unique talents of the area. There will be workshops for the purpose of continuing the education and promotion of creative thinking and development of studio skills.
Nick Rosal is an artist, a musician and the co-founder of Atelier Rosal. His artwork has been collected across the United States and is in corporate collections as well.
He has done stints as the director of production for a major NYC art publisher, been a graphic designer, and spent time painting theater backdrops all while pursuing his fine art painting.
He and his wife, Heidi Loder-Rosal, started their business in NYC with MH Fine Art Framing where they worked with artists such as Michael Dweck, Lissa Rivera, Seher Shah and galleries and auction houses such as Betty Cunningham Gallery and Saffron Art.
He has handled works from Rauschenberg (pictured on left) to Picasso, Haring, and Klimt to Tim Burton and Bill Watterson.
Heidi Loder-Rosal is the co-founder of Atelier Rosal with a background in photography and business.
The head designer for Atelier Rosal, she is also the liaison between the shop and many of our corporate clients and interior designers which include Anthony Chocran Design, Bonobos, Pentagram and Nest Interiors to name a few.
In the photo to the left, she stands next to an original Keith Haring subway panel, complete with MTA fiberglass mount.