The Versatility of Art

We at THE FRAME STUDIO have always loved Marysia’s painting “In His Arms I” that we found on the Artaissance website.  We recently framed two copies of the art work two different ways, to show how versatile art can be.

The first combination is simple, using a 16″ x 16″ canvas print, and framing it (without glass) with Larson Juhl’s 4 1/4″ wide dark olive frame from their Belmont collection.  It creates a very simple, elegant look that can fit into a more traditional setting.

The second combination uses a 12″ x 12″ print on paper, framed (with Museum glass) with two of Roma Moulding’s shimmering red frames from their Lavo collection.  The frame against the art is 1/2″ wide while the outer frame is 3 1/2″ wide.  The frames are separated with 5″ of black linen mat.  This creates a fun and polished look that would work in a more contemporary environment.

Showing these two custom framing combinations demonstrates that there are many ways to frame one piece of art – no matter what your style.  Joining your art, and our creative vision, there are no limitations to what we can imagine.

In His Arms I, Contemporary framed at THE FRAME STUDIO
In His Arms I, Contemporary
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