Whether you’ve created a masterpiece or purchased one, you may find that canvas framing is right for you. While some artists prefer not to frame the print, especially if it is stretched and the sides look professional, many people do like having their canvases framed. It can be tough to determine if you should or shouldn’t frame it, so it might help to get the expert opinion of a framer.
Many people believe that canvas framing ruins the art; this can be true, but it isn’t always. Sometimes, the frames can help the canvas look better and fit in well wherever it is displayed. The goal here is to choose the right frame. Often, people think of just a plain frame, but you can choose almost any colour, intricate details, and more. If you go this route, you’re more likely to find that the frame offsets the canvas nicely and adds to the overall appeal. Floating frames are also popular for canvas because there is a slight space between the item and the frame’s edge, providing a recessed look. If your preference is to frame it, then you’re likely going to want to talk to someone with experience.
At Amarisco Framing & Mounting, they can help you achieve your goals, regardless of what they may be. For example, if you know you want a frame and aren’t sure what you need, they can talk to you about ideas and give advice. Many times, people come in and ask what they should do, taking their advice wholeheartedly. Either way, you can expect professional canvas framing, which often includes stretching, depending on whether or not the item was already stretched and how it looks. They also offer many other services, both relating to canvases and other items, as well.