Canvas is a popular medium for painters both novice and famous. Once the artwork is complete, it is time to decide how best to frame it for others to admire. While traditional fine art framing is great for some paintings, other paintings on canvas look best with their edges visible in a floater frame or with no frame at all.
Canvas stretching refers to placing a blank canvas on stretcher bars before the artist begins painting, while a gallery wrap involves wrapping a completed, loose canvas around stretcher bars so that it can be hung. At Rosenbaum Framing, we offer both canvas stretching and gallery wrap services for artists and their completed paintings.
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Already halfway through 2020, the year is passing by quickly. With coronavirus still at large, home improvement and interior design projects might be your priority. Take advantage of your time at home and jump on these framing trends from 2020 before it is too late.
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In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, many nursing homes have stopped allowing visitors for the safety of their residents. Unfortunately, this means that several people are unable to see their parents, grandparents, or other loved ones for the time being. Although you cannot be together in person, you can still make your loved one feel special and be together in spirit.
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If you are in possession of a beautiful oil painting that could use a little touch up, cleaning oil paintings can help aged artwork get back to its original vivid colors and enhance smalls details that were lost over time. Continue reading “How to Clean an Oil Painting”