|A small piece of moulding which fits inside a larger frame, typically underneath or between matting, to add a decorative accent
|An artwork mounting technique in which the artwork is mounted on top of the mat
|A framing technique in which the artwork is held in place by an anchor on the back of the frame versus the inside edges of the frame. A gap of approximately 1/4″ to 1/2″ is left between the outer edge of the artwork and the inside edge of the frame to give the appearance that the artwork is “floating” or suspended within the frame.
|An artwork mounting technique that uses metal screws with caps in each corner of the piece to raise the artwork away from the wall
|A mounting technique for canvas artwork in which the canvas is stretched around a wooden framework in such a way that the image continues around the edges of the frame.
|A secondary frame inserted between artwork and its outer frame to add a decorative accent
|A non-reflective archival glass with ultraviolet-ray blocking properties
|Hidden metal devices on the back of a piece of artwork that lock the artwork to the wall
|Small plastic strips that create space between a framed item and its glazing to prevent the item from sticking to the glass or plexi and becoming damaged.