Sonic! Another one where I was left to my own framing devices. The colours were chosen the compliment the print and the design references the arcade game screens from the 90s.
That time I had a couple of Old Masters in the workshop... Framed in tulipwood with colour matching blue black painted finish.
Painting by Gustavius Payne, float mounted. That yellow is really something.
Two more Mary Lace paintings framed up ready for submission for exhibition. Tray is two tone with a dark green interior and colour matching exterior. And I love her rendering of the glass wash bowl and jug.
I’ve always been fascinated by cave drawings so I was very happy to be commissioned to frame this print of a woolly mammoth. Frame is tulipwood finished with dark brown wood stain, keeping to the earthy colours.
Found this oil painting on panel of a house in Ireland really appealing. The client wanted it behind glass so it’s been float mounted. A shallow air space is keeping it away from the glass and means the textures of the painting are still discernible.
Dog sophistication. Unfortunately I can’t recall the artist’s name because I have the memory of a pea. Framed in reclaimed old mahogany, maple, and interior structural building timber, stained to compliment the print colours. **EDIT** - The wonder of the internet. I’ve just been advised the artist is @carlbevanart
Smashing wash illustration of a street scene that I framed last year. Frame is finished in aged gesso and I love the process involved in creating it.
Lovely Nick Giles print framed in a shallow shadow frame. The artist paints the Scottish landscape on glass and frame was finished with a wash rather than solid colour to suggest a similar translucency.