The Finishing Touch

It’s always fun to frame a piece even if it is sold unframed. There is just something about “wrapping and tying a bow on it”. I’ve framed several of my most recent small mixed media pieces. They are all 8×10 and under. This also give you an idea why artists photograph their work BEFORE it’s framed.

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“Don’t Be So Negative”

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“The Librarian”

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“I’ve Been to a Desert Planet”

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