The above photos show an 8×8 image framed image with a beautiful linen texture to the photograph. The frame is 3-1/2″ wide with an edge detail, the whimsical trim which can be in the same shade as the frame or a coordinating color is up to nearly 2″ at it’s widest point. These frames require no glass and allow you to hang your art on your walls as soon as it arrives from my studio. Pricing and color samples available upon client request.
The above storyboard is a 10×20 image framed in a 3-1/2″ wide rustic frame with coordinating 1″ detailing. In the close up image you can see the detail of the print itself that requires no glass. There are several colors and options available, pricing and color samples available upon client request.
In the above image you can see the importance of going big with your images. This was one of my favorite shots from a session and I wanted to make an impact with it for a boutique show that I had coming up. I printed it at a 16×24 size…sounds pretty large, right? Place it in my living room (next to the giant clock…I know…kinda messes with the proportions a bit) and it doesn’t look so huge anymore. If this image was a canvas (which means it would protrude from the wall a bit) or framed, it would be able to stand on this wall. By itself (or if it were smaller) it almost gets a little lost. Pay close attention when purchasing wall portraits for your home. Look at the area in which you are planning on placing the image and really map it out to see how it will look. Also think about grouping images together to make a statement. See this past post for more images of photographic art around my home. And for my clients, I have some great wall display ideas, let me know if you would like to see them and I can set you up with the password for the online gallery of images.
Jan 14, 2010