Showing posts with label framing paintings. Show all posts
Showing posts with label framing paintings. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Framing a deckled edged pastel

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This art tip links to a blog post by painter and pastel artist Robin Maria Pedrero where she discusses framing her "Grazing Beneath a Garnet Sky".

Robin Maria Pedrero: Framing a deckled edged pastel

Friday, September 24, 2010

Friday, January 22, 2010

Friday's website of interest to art enthusiasts: FRAMING YOUR FINE ART

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Who doesn't have questions when it comes to framing your fine art purchase? There are so many considerations: frame, mats, glass. The entire process can be overwhelming! Today's article to share with art enthusiasts is by Dr. Lori on Fine Art Framing. Dr. Lori is a nationally syndicated columnist and has a Ph.D. in art history. She has had multiple television appearances discussing art and its value. In this article, she discusses the different options and points everyone should consider when framing an art original or art print.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Friday's website of interest to art enthusiasts: FRAMING WORKS OF ART

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Framing a work of art is an important part of enjoying and displaying it for a long time. I get questions from customers on how to properly do so with their purchase. I recently came across a very straightforward article on Framing, Matting and Mounting Fine Art Prints, Drawings and original art works. The article gives a very complete and thorough explanation of the many points that should be considered when framing a piece of two-dimensional art.
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