Tag: fine art framing

Double Frame, No Shame

Aesthetics, aesthetics, aesthetics – that’s what a double frame is for, right?! Not entirely. Some people have no idea about this type of framing style. Double frames are cool, and add depth and character to your overall story. Whether you are playing off the colors in the framed artwork, photo, etc. or the accent color pieces in your home.  It […]
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The Aesthetic of Shadow Box Framing

Artists can make artworks in a variety of styles – anywhere from drawings and paintings to sculptures and other three-dimensional artworks. There are artists who don’t create “traditional” art, but create art using different materials to create three-dimensional objects. Artists may find it difficult to figure out a way to best display their three dimensional works of art. This is […]
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Floater Frames Are A Traditional Way To Frame Canvases

Canvas artworks are typically stretched over wooden stretcher bars (stretcher frame). Depending on the the style of stretching, they may or may not need to frame it. You can read more about our Gallery Wrap Style Stretching in our previous blog post and why it doesn’t require a frame here. Some people don’t even know what options are available to […]
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