ARTprojectA’s 10+ TIPS ABOUT FRAMING: TIP#2

LLOYD DURLING “Still Life (Lamp Black), 2010,” Wood engraving on Japanese medium weight paper, 11″X11″ (image 3″X3″) – Ed. 10, $125

We’ve had so many questions about framing that we turned to Barbi Reed,  ARTprojectA co-founder, owner of ANNE REED GALLERY and experienced ART collector for her advice and expertise.  In fact, Barbi believes framing itself is an art. She recommends that you find a framer who will take time to work with you, offering you multiple options at a reasonable price. Today is TIP #2 in our new series about framing.

TIP #2 – “The size of the mat plays an important role.  Small pieces can be made to look much more significant if framed with a wide mat. A generous mat will allow your art room to ‘breathe’.”

For more information about how to select and buy ART, visit the Resources section of ARTprojectA.

DIANA STETSON “Zebras In Our Midst,” Monotype, collage on paper, 22″x30″ (image 10″x20″), $695

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