Posted by Zoe Geoffrion , on Feb, 2018
Many people prefer to have their modern art framed, which means that they need to see a professional. Whether you sell artwork that you have created, buy it to store in a museum, or own a gallery, it may be time to consider framing for any, and all, of the artwork you possess.
Sometimes, people won’t buy it without a frame unless that is what was intended, such as with canvas. However, others want to preserve the colour and reduce the risk of problems if people were to touch or hit the piece. No matter what your goals, choosing the best frame is essential.
The first step is to consider what is being framed. They should be built to your specifications and to that of the artwork, but shouldn’t take away from the aesthetics of the piece. You may also want to consider where the art will hang. For example, if it will be moved around frequently, the framing needs to be sturdy enough to handle such movements. If it is in a shadowed location, the frame may need to be bright to attract attention. You should also focus on the purpose of the frame, such as protection, highlighting points in the artwork, or matching the rest of the décor.
At Amarisco Framing & Mounting, they’ve been in business for decades and want to help everyone with all their frames. They can also provide you with a variety of other services, such as jersey frames, memorabilia frames, mounting, and lamination. They want you to become a regular customer and offer weekly pick-ups and delivery to those who need their services all the time. Modern art framing is one of the best options available to keep your artwork protected from the elements and help it look its best.