Art in the Park Plantation 2019: Display Your Local Artwork Purchases

local art work at art fair

Art in the Park 2019 in Plantation is here. On October 25 and 26, the Plantation Junior Woman’s Club will be hosting the 53rd annual Art in the Park Plantation at Liberty Tree Park. Not only will the event feature live music, food, and a kids’ corner, but it will also have over 100 artists displaying their work. Admission is free, so the event is a great way to find some amazing artwork while supporting your local artists.

How to Display Your Local Artwork Purchases

Local art events are a great way to find some unique pieces that no one else has, but don’t stop there. When you do find that painting or photograph that speaks to you, the next step is to show it off for the world to see. At Rosenbaum Framing, we are sharing some secrets to display your Art in the Park art purchases so that everyone can admire your new art.

When framing Art in the Park art purchases, it is important to think about where you want to display your local artwork. The room and the surrounding décor will affect the choice of framing materials. Your newly remodeled bathroom will have different requirements for framing than a fun painting for your child’s bedroom.

Protect your art. You spent good money on that local artwork and it’s likely one of a kind. You want to make sure that it lasts for many years to come. The best way to do this is to ensure that you use conservation materials such as UV protective glass if it will hang in a sunny location and archival matting for works on paper to prevent acidification. If you use a cheap frame from a local big box store, you may be kicking yourself later.

Use the best materials. This goes along with protecting your art. You are proud of that unique piece and it deserves to be shown off in the best frame. Fine art framing can make your local art fair purchase look like as important as an expensive piece of work from a famous artist. Your friends will be asking how you ever got your hands on such an amazing piece.

If you have no idea where to start, get custom framing. Even if you have a good idea, a professional consultant can help elevate your local art piece to the next level. Because they are experts in the industry, they will probably have ideas that you never would have thought of.

So after you check out Art in the Park or another art event in the South Florida area, come to our Boca Raton custom frame shop, and we will help you display your local art work purchases.

Stacey Moss

Author: Stacey Moss

Stacey Moss is a trained artist who has been custom framing for more than 27 years. She excels at finding the perfect moulding to complement whatever is being framed, and she treats every piece she frames as though it were a priceless piece of fine art. If it's valuable to our client, it's valuable to her.