No matter what price you pay for a piece of art or photography, the enhancements that can be made to it as framed art are almost unlimited. The perceived value as well can be increased, as well as the visual appearance markedly change by making your framed art an additional expression of who you or your business are.
Framed artwork many times begins with a choice of either the matting or moulding. Whichever one you choose first, allows you then to back into a selection of the other. Say you decide to start with the matting. There are literally thousands to select from. The choices are not only in the colors you may choose for your framed art, but in the archival quality of the mats. Some mats are limited in size when you decide to mat a purchase you made for framed art prints or framed wall art.
Also after making your mat selection for your framed art, your framer’s skills may come into play here-with their ability to customize your mats with intricate overlays and bevels. When producing large
> framed art from your art purchase- it is much more difficult to add specialty customization to the mats you selected.
The next big selection to make is the moulding to be used for the framing. No matter if you have smaller framed art you are dealing with or large framed prints, your moulding is essential to the visual enhancement of your art or
photography prints . Moulding selections can also reflect on the environment you are placing your framed art. Whether residential, corporate, or healthcare, your moulding selections can vary by choices from metal to wood.
Last but not least when making your selections for framed art you have selected for the wall artwork in the space you are decorating-you need to select what type of glass you will be using. Many people will actually select Plexiglas for large framed art, but most choose from either regular or non-glare or uv-glass. Although the latter is more expensive, it will preserve your framed art for a much longer period of time.
$70 to $85
$70 to $85