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Framing a painting adds a very nice finishing touch to it. My paintings are mostly done on canvas that is stretched and mounted on wooden stretcher bars and then primed. I paint on all sides of the canvas, so framing is not required but I highly recommend it.
About the frames
The type of frames that I use for my canvas paintings are called floating frames. They are attached to the back of the canvas and there is no need for a piece of glass to hold the painting in place (acrylic paintings don’t need to be protected with glass). They don’t damage the painting, and can easily be removed or replaced. Floating frames create a floating effect on the artwork that's inside. That is, the canvas appears suspended within the frame without touching any of the sides, adding a dimensional effect with visual impact. The frames that I use are made of wood of MDF, and painted matte black.
See the price list on this page for the framing cost.
How to add framing
If you’d like to add a frame to any of my paintings, simply select the framed option before adding the painting to your cart.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.