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No Frame, No Definition

Author : John Chambers   Top Author

Submitted : 2010-10-23 02:53:24    Word Count : 734    Popularity:   23

Tags:   Portrait, Dog Portrait, painting, art , artwork, paint, drawings, artist, photos, pet portraits

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There is no need for you to buy an expensive piece of art for you can easily transform an inexpensive print or poster into this with framing selections. Remember that mat colors should only enhance and not match art.

If what you want is for it to pick up a color from the image then a double or triple mat will do. For the bottom mats get them in color but stick to neutral ones for the top. To add dimension when framing go for double and triple mats.

The important considerations when it comes to mat width include the size of the piece as well as the width of the frame. Your mat and frame should not have the same width.

Resulting from this is a striped appearance that detracts from the image. The bottom mat of a double mat should extend at least one half inch. What you should do with mats is see to it that all sides have the same width.

You may have some floating prints and images that have deckled edges. For a floating image it is hinged to the front of your mat board.

Via the mat board a border is created around the image. Although a print with uneven deckled edges is not perfectly centered on the mat it is still okay. If there's nothing distinctive about the edges you may simply want to have your mat cut so that it may be placed over the edges of your image.

Framing photographs can be tricky. Especially for formal pictures like wedding photographs and portraits you should select ornate wood frames in silver, gold and a variety of natural finishes but should you have art photos including some in black and white then you should go for simple wood or metal frames in black or silver or with light natural wood frames. Competing with black and white photographs are gold finished or cherry wood frames.

When it comes to antique photographs, ornate frames work. Dealing with old black and white photos involves the use of silver frames.

Antiqued gold finished frames and dark wood frames like mahogany, cherry and ebony walnut bring out sepia tones. Including portraits and landscapes, traditional paintings are complemented by ornate mouldings and fabric liners. Every time you deal with contemporary paintings go for simple frames without liners.

There are other uses for framing besides for posters, photographs, paintings, or prints. Should you have christening dresses, political buttons, theater tickets, fabrics, and old letters and postcards then you can frame them and then display them in your home or in your office.

In general the look for gallery style framing is minimalist. The frames are made from a variety of woods natural finishes or matte black.

These frames come with straight edges and absolutely no ornamentation. Aside from being 8 ply thick the mats used for gallery style framing come in different shades of white.

Mats that are 5 inches wide can be placed on a small image that measures about 3 by 5 inches. Not only does the heavy mat make the piece look important but the viewer's eye is drawn into the image as well.

Because elaborate wood frames work best with antique furnishings and reproductions they remain popular. For the high sheen silver and gold frames, they represent the luxurious mood of the 1980s while the restrained spirit of the 1990s is reflected by antiqued silver and gold frames.

Variations exist with industrial metal frames and the metal frames from a decade ago. A wider design is applied to the new ones with cleaner lines and brushed finishes with cross hatching. These and the earlier metal frames are all economical framing options.

When it comes to famous photographers they have been able to bring back art photography while restoration services are to thank for making it popular to restore and frame your family's own antique photographs. As time passes the value of antique posters increase and although they are expensive to frame they are still less expensive when compared to many original artworks. What these are great for are people with spare wall space and the loft dwellers.

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