I proudly partner with Framebridge to offer custom framing for works on paper and canvas! Here’s some helpful information to help you get a feel for how the process works.
If you’re purchasing a print from the print shop and you’d like it to be framed, be sure to choose “framed” from the drop-down menu during checkout. On a subsequent page during the checkout process, you'll be asked which frame you'd like and whether or not you'd like a mat.
If you’re purchasing an original piece of artwork on paper and you’d like it to be framed, scroll down to the bottom of the “original artwork” page and you’ll find two options: “Add a Custom Frame” and “Add a Custom Frame with Float Mounting”. Select the size of the artwork you’d like to be framed from the dropdown menu and add it to the cart. On a subsequent page during the checkout process, you’ll be asked which frame you’d like and, if you chose the regular framing option, whether or not you’d like a mat.
If you’re purchasing an original piece of artwork on canvas and you’d like it to be framed with a canvas floater frame, scroll down to the bottom of the “original artwork” page and select “Add a Custom Frame”. Select the size of the artwork you’d like to be framed from the dropdown menu and add it to the cart. On a subsequent page during the checkout process, you’ll be asked whether you’d like the white, black, gold or silver floater frame.
framing artwork on paper (prints and/or originals)
For prints or original artwork on paper, you may choose any of the frame styles shown here. The artwork will be preserved using archival materials, protective acrylic glazing, and a dust cover on the back. Based on the size, composition, and condition of your piece, Framebridge will hinge mount or dry mount it using reversible, heat-activated, acid-free foam.
Add a mat
You may choose to add a mat for no extra charge. Please note that if you order a mat, the frame will end up being larger than the artwork size that you choose (to account for a 2-3.5" inch mat on each side).
Float Mounting is available for an additional $25. It raises your art ⅜” in front of the matboard behind it, offering the work a sense of depth and drama while showcasing deckled edges. The art is then separated from the acrylic glazing using spacers.
Framing artwork on canvas
Framebridge will frame canvas art in floater frames. The moulding sits behind the canvas and wraps around the outside, leaving about ¼” gap to reveal the sides. You may choose white, black, gold or silver (shown below).
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