Fine Art Framing Tips

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When you have a painting or other valuable piece of art you love, you want to preserve its beauty while upholding the integrity of the piece. A frame can make or break the look of a piece. In fact, the right frame will only add to the artwork’s beauty. Our expert framers at our Boca Raton frame shop are no strangers to framing any piece of art. With years of experience in fine art framing as well as other areas of the visual arts, our framers can bring your piece to the next level.

Fine Art Framing Tricks and Tips from Rosenbaum Framing

Whether you are a first-time buyer of fine art or you are an avid collector, you need some fine art framing tips. We help artists, collectors, designers, and even museums with their framing, so we have some helpful fine art framing tips that will ensure your piece is not only displayed properly, but its value lasts for a long time.

The right frame should enhance a piece of artwork without overpowering it. This is where custom framing comes into play. Every piece of artwork is unique, and a one-size-fits-all approach probably won’t cut it.

Pay attention to where the piece will be displayed. It is one thing if the artwork is going in a museum against a white wall; it is an entirely different story if the artwork will be put on display in your decorated home. You will want to consider the colors as well as the textures already dominating that chosen room.

Fine art is valuable—a big investment. In order to preserve the artwork properly, it needs to be treated as such. You will want to look into art preservation methods to keep the value of the piece intact. These may include acid-free archival matting and glass to protect from harmful UV rays.

Take your time. While you should do everything in your power to make sure the artwork is properly preserved from the beginning, you should also take care to find the right frame that enhances its look. There are endless possibilities to choose from, so do not be hasty.

These fine art framing tips are just the beginning, if you are serious about the art, then you should always frame it professionally. As experts in the field, a trained framing consultant like ours will probably see something you won’t or hadn’t thought of. We offer fine art crating services as well to get the completed job carefully from Point A to Point B. Contact us today to learn more about our custom art framing in South Florida.


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.