The winter is still here and cold, dark, rainy days will be with us until March...We cannot wait for the spring to arrive with the first daffodils of the season. In the meantime all we can do is to enjoy lovely artworks which remind us that longer and warmer days are on their way. The beginning of the spring is the season for good house cleanings and a bit of home redecoration. Get creative with your picture frames and start the year bringing some colorful art into your home.
We are in the middle of January and winter days are still dark but slowly getting shorter. Walks in the forest are making possible to achieve interesting light effects on our photos. While Mother Nature is still sleeping we have the chance to enjoy the quietness of the woods. Good photo frames will enhance the image without overpowering it or distracting the eye from the subject. High resolution images are perfect for large scale artworks that will require the appropriate fra
This week we are talking about how to frame an original acrylic on canvas by one of our featured artists using a tray frame. The artwork has been painted on a deep box-type canvas so we have chosen a tray frame that would be flush with the canvas. At our picture framing studio we can paint the frame any color to suit your preferences but on this occasion the artist wanted a raw wood look for a colorful contemporary piece of art. At the 1st Floor Gallery Picture Framing Studio
From the 1st Floor Gallery Picture Framing Studio we would like to thank all of our customers for another wonderful year together and we would like to wish you all the best for 2020! Our new year has started in the beautiful New Forest National Park where the winter is giving us lovely landscapes and misty walks in the woods. We still have to decide what photo frames to choose for all the pretty images we are taking! The winter season has just started and artists are defeatin