Framing art can be overwhelming. It might be an oil on canvas, works on paper or photography that needs framing. However, with so many frame options to choose from you may wonder where to begin?
I came across an article on the LuxDeco style-blog that I thought was very helpful and as always, I'm happy to pass it on. John Jones is a highly regarded framer in the art world. During his five-decade career he has framed works for such iconic artists as Francis Bacon and David Hockney and has also framed exhibitions at the V & A, the Royal Academy and Christie's. John's expertise has long since expanded to also include conservation, producing museum-quality art materials and collection care.
In this conversation John explains the importance of finding the right frame for an artwork and sheds light on such queries as "how does framing affect a piece of art?", "which color of frame is a failsafe option", "To mount or not to mount..." Read full article here
Hanging photography on a brick wall is an effective contrast in textures...loving the TWO matching chandeliers above the dining table
If you don't want special wall finishes damaged another option is museum-style hardware that hangs just below crown moldings
Designed by Doreen Chambers Interiors
A canvas can work just as well unframed. Design by Doreen Chambers Interiors