I have a very large (6'x6') piece of amateur art that is made of many large paper cut-outs layered on top of one another with spray adhesive. This art has no actual $ value. I really like it and want to hang it on a wall but I am afraid the layers will quickly peel/curl/wrinkle/rip/fade if I mount the piece on foam core or similar. Framing it with glass or plexi would be (a) expensive and (b) heavy! Any other ideas how I can display this work?
What's the etiquette, practicalities and social norms of sending a piece of artwork to a society as a gift? [more inside]
I bought a print of a painting I love in the only format available: A full bleed art show poster on glossy 11"x17" bond. The painting reproduction is approximately the top half of the poster, say 10"x8". I can clearly see the grain of the canvas in the print, and it is entirely possible that the original painting is not much larger than the reprint. So my question is, is it feasible to have this print blown up to twice or thrice it's size without sacrificing quality? [more inside]
What are the pros and cons of various ways of mounting art to a mounting mat for framing? [more inside]
Where can I buy a dark stained wooden frame? [more inside]
Please help me hang three large format pieces of art so it is straight and evenly spaced. [more inside]
How can I make a print of a piece of needlework? [more inside]
I have a number of unframed art prints and posters, and would like to do the framing myself. What advice do you have for me? [more inside]
Help me identify this painting! [more inside]
Can you help me find a small, square format digital display that can play video or animated gifs? I found a bunch of digital photo keyframes that would be perfect but they don't seem to display animated gifs or videos. Any ideas? [more inside]
I am looking for an artistic way to present a recipe that my spouse and I use pretty regularly. I would like to create (or, more likely, commission) an artistic representation of the recipe suitable for framing. [more inside]
How can I frame my art prints without going broke? NYC-centric or online suggestions welcome. [more inside]
How to matt/frame a large piece of paper with a small graphic on it (Mark Ryden's Meat Boy) on a budget? [more inside]
Inexpensive, quality picture framing shops in the DC metro area? [more inside]
Where in Toronto should I take a 19th century print to be matted and framed? [more inside]
Help me to set my expectations as to the quality of professional framing I received on a vintage poster. [more inside]
How do I frame an odd-sized art print without spending $100+? [more inside]
Good art framing places in Washington DC? [more inside]
where can I find the right frames for these large pictures? [more inside]
I am looking for an on line picture framer. I can assemble the final product myself. I am looking for the frame, mat, and glass or plexi glass. I am also looking for a site where I have a good idea of what the frame and mat will look like before I pay....i.e. a visual representation. The items I normally frame ARE NOT stock 8x10, 5x7 etc. They are custom sized pieces. Anyone had good experience with an online vendor out there?
Where should I go to get some art framed nicely and affordably in Vancouver, Canada?
Framing: I'd like to build my own frames - clean lines, nice wood, etc - for matted photographs. I'm not entirely unhandy, but I don't know much about construction or carpentry. What's the best way to learn? What are the essential tools I should consider buying? Are there books or other resources that will help me with this? [more inside]