Posted by Zoe Geoffrion , on Mar, 2018
Artists everywhere are left with a burning question once they finish their piece. Canvas framing is considered a hot debate in the art world right now because most artists don’t want to take the time, effort, and money to choose an appropriate frame. They’ve gotten the piece just how they want it, and now they’re ready to sell. Adding a frame could change the focal point, and people may not be interested because it won’t match their home’s décor. Therefore, most artists put it off and sell it as-is so that homeowners and curators of museums can frame them as they like.
If you are an artist who prefers to leave the frame out, you can paint as you like and sell it as-is. Homeowners and museum owners who have purchased artwork and want it framed should consider canvas framing by a professional. A framer is more familiar with artwork, so they can help you determine the style of art. They’ll also take into consideration where/how it will be displayed. For example, if it is in a hallway without any lighting, a lighter frame may be helpful so that it is noticed. If it will be in a brightly-lit room, the colours and patterns may help to determine the most appropriate frame.
At Amarisco Framing & Mounting, they can help almost anyone get the frame they need. Artists who want to complete their sketch or painting will find that they can get a frame that is tailored to meet all their requirements. Art exhibitionists and museum curators can also find frames that will protect their items and ensure that they look excellent. Homeowners and other individuals can also use their canvas framing service to ensure that the piece continues to look its best throughout the years.