Framing can be used in many ways. Usually a frame will surround a painting, but with the right mat, it can also add depth to a display of stamps and paper money. Stained glass is normally bordered by lead came and wire loops attached to a wire or chain. By adding a wooden frame, however, one can create a more finished look. Consider how a mat and frame can enhance your art work, and can complement your work or living space.
The framed stained glass panel to the right has been purchased by a couple from Charleston, SC to celebrate her 60th birthday. The framed bamboo print that is displayed in the bottom row of photos is the work of renowned Hendersonville, NC framer and artist, John Andersen.
The other framed panels highlight the use of stamps and paper money as media for attractive wall hangings. This kind of display will figure prominently in Dave's future artistic creations.
If you associate with a particular cultural group that has issued stamps or paper money, or you favor an American theme with currency and stamps, and you want to display those items in a beautiful matted and framed piece, call Dave to discuss how your arrangement can become a nice mounted addition to your residential or commercial interior space.
Framed Bamboo Print, courtesy of John Andersen, Hendersonville, NC