With a variety of images both original and reproduction now appearing on Canvas and Canvas board - the "Floater" frame has become quite popular.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Think art and business don't mix? Wrong - these two disciplines can be quite compatible.
Conservation Framing (sometimes called Preservation Framing) refers to the materials and techniques used by picture framers to frame valued art and objects to the highest standard...
The V Groove was lucky enough to interview Canadian Artist Lynn Blaikie and talk about her career, how she presents her work and the importance of the presentation...
Everyone's a (digital) photographer these days. How do you stand out? How do you even get the word out that you're here and taking amazing pictures? A natural next step is to enter some photography contests to gain exposure.
Determining the difference and making a decision between glass and acrylic glazing or extras like UV-protection and non-glare is often a less obvious choice than many may think. I hope to make the decision a bit clearer and easier!
An overview of definitions and terminology concerning the art printing and publishing industry.
The reproduction and distribution of your work is not the end of the story. In fact, it is only the beginning. At this point you must begin the ongoing process of evaluating the performance of each reproduction. After all, you are doing this to sell more of your work.
With respect to the reproduction types we have discussed in the previous part, many different methods are employed commonly today; enough to confuse not only the art buyer, but also the artist seeking to find the best way to reproduce their work.