Framed Art

Whether you have been to the art gallery or you have visited a professional artist doing their drawings on a canvas. Art is always a way artists expressed their intentions and inner thoughts through their drawings. Besides, the world would seem dull and less attractive when there is no art to reflect our emotions and inner thoughts.  More so, various colors, finishes, and scales in which arts are made; this also helps differentiate from one form of art to  another, which can appeal to different viewers’ emotions.

 

Artists do a tremendous amount of work to create that perfect and emotionally appealing art that resonates with your intuition and also your desire to have one hanging on your home wall. Generally, arts also beautify your environment, be it the living room or your office pace. However, many artworks often lie around your home on the floor, which does not give it the exact meaning and experience the art offers to the viewer.  Frames are essential ingredients to providing a brilliant experience and unwavering beauty for the home or office space and giving the viewer the desired emotions.

Arts can come in various forms, styles, and designs. They could be in the scroll, painting on the wall, wood painting, and many more; however, framed arts are meant to be enclosed in a frame to enhance the painting’s beauty and give it a more appealing final look to viewers. Aside from the artwork’s aesthetic look, the framework also protects the painting from easy damages, which helps preserve it for a long time. Aside from the offered protection, the frame is believed to add more monetary value to the painting, and it is as important as the work of art itself. 

 

A framed art can then be considered a painting, drawing, or any work of art enclosed in a custom frame meant to protect, preserve, and add value to the artwork eventually. Also, some environmental factors work on any material, such as UV rays, infrared lights, and other environmental conditions capable of impacting the look and beauty of any artwork. However, with the use of the right frame, you are confident that your artwork is protected from these environmental factors and expects a well-preserved arts work in your living space or office. In an interview by the renowned wall street journal with a frame dealer in New York, Like Eli Willner, he said, “the best frames are an extension of the art they surround, not its antithesis.” Another untold truth about framed art is that the wrong frame could completely ruin your artwork’s beauty, while a carefully selected frame can enhance the beauty and the aesthetics of the artwork. As a collector or artist who produces original paintings or artwork, you should place high importance and value on the types of frames you use for your artwork.

 

Why Framing Is Essential For Your Artwork

Having established that choosing a perfect framing for your original artwork helps enhance the beauty of the art, preserve it, and protect it from any form of environmental hazards. There is much more to an art frame than just the beauty it offers to your paintings or the desired suitable structure you prefer the artwork to assume. The art frame could be an excellent factor for the viewer to have an appealing impression and suggest a better high value for the painting. You can also upscale the artwork exquisitely through the custom made frame, engraved and autographed frame, which could signify social status and wealth. These factors also add up to the artwork value, giving you a new perspective on framing importance. A-frame could also reflect the desires, personality, and perception of the art collectors to the world. The trends and the partners sorted after by the art collectors could be a way to decide the collector’s interest and artistic desires.

 

Some Samples Of Art Frames

Of course, there are several types of frames you can have your artwork enclosed in. Besides, your choice of art frame can be significantly different from my selection of art frames. Indeed, the primary focus of you should be choosing the right structure that would complement your artwork. As you have read early, a wrong frame could damage your artwork or make it less appealing to the viewer in the long run. Here are some examples of art frames:

  • Floater Frames: This is achieved when the painting canvas is wrapped with excess white-boards or with some of the painted parts by the sides of the paintings. This is often referred to as the Museum Wrap or The Gallery wrap method. The extra white borders might not be used in all artwork, and your artwork could still have the right image size. There are some other ways by which the floater frames can be achieved by using a shallower stretcher-bar.
  • Certificates And Documents Frames: as you would believe, your certification or merits award is works of art that show your achievement, which also needs to be protected and preserved. These types of frames are used to show off your achievement in university or college. It is considered a better way to say “I made it!” Besides, a simple hard copy document which is of high significance to you can also be framed.
  • 3-D Object framing: This type of structure is considered a tedious and complicated process of framing your artwork. Your artwork is often flattened on a canvas or paper, which serves as a pivot base for the painting. Selecting the best materials and using expert advice is the best method to scale through this tedious framing process.

Interesting Facts About Art Framing

Indeed, framing your work of art has several benefits that are awesome to you, and also, the view says you are an artist. You have read about some exciting benefits and how the framing also increases your artwork value. That being said, there are also some interesting facts regarding artwork framing, which you might not be aware of. It was once said by Van Gogh that “ A picture without a frame is like a soul without a body,” which means a frame goes a long way to bring out more beauty and aesthetics to your artwork.

You might have also heard, read, or be told that there isn’t any copyright law on artwork frames, which means there isn’t any law stopping you from taking frame design inspirations from an existing one. More so, the world’s largest frame for artwork is located in the city of Dubai. The structure is referred to as the Dubai Frame, which is 150m tall and 93 m long.