Good framing is finding the perfect balance between the fluidity of a painting and the solid wall where the art finally hangs. I frame artwork for other artists, as well as for the general public. I also operate a collection and delivery service to and from art classes.
You can finish the painting, sign it, varnish it, tie a string on the back, but really it doesn’t come to life until it has the perfect frame, it complements the artwork, it doesn’t compete.
For a few tips on framing ideas, check out the Fairlyart blog.
Pictures are not the same without a frame.