We framed this Aztec-esque painting in a distressed wooden floater frame to show the edges of the art work and play on. This way the geometric design on the edges of the painting are kept fully visible and the gap between art and frame creates a nice separation.
That and so much more we can do as your neighborhood frame shop in San Francisco. Come see us anytime at our Gough Street or Church Street location.
This piece was a part of Carrie Fisher’s estate and was a gift to her and of her from the artist. We built a custom shadow box with linen mats and put an opening on the back of the frame to show the signature and date.
We have framed so many amazing pieces of art this year and especially now, around the Holidays it is very busy for us! San Francisco loves custom framing and we are truly honored by the trust and loyalty this city continues to show us - Thank You!
Here are the latest frames we finished up for some really cool original Art :
About the art and our frames, from top to bottom:
We ❤️ California! For this large California bear print we did a simple float with a clean walnut frame and Optuim museum acrylic for the best clarity!
For the small abstract piece we used a distressed white frame to pick up on the texture in the piece, we did a simple float to give a bit of dimension in the framing.
Our client brought in these quick release skewers as a gift to his friend who’s skewers were taken away at an airport on his way home from a bike trip that he almost died in a landslide.
Very cool print of a series of machine guns made out of type writers! The guns are made using every piece of the type writer by the artist Éric Nado. We used a black mat with a thin blue line and finished it off with a metal silver frame.
We framed the great figure drawings both with a scoop black frame and gold fillet to add a bit of shine. For the matting a bright white and a simple line of black for contrast