Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Position: Cutting Room Production
Your favorite frame: #8411
Why you love it: It’s nice to look at, simple to work with, and matches my artwork easily.
How you’ve used it: Wedding invitations and family photos.
Position: Cutting Room Supervisor
Your favorite frame: #AF104
Why you love it: Its shape and clean lines go with everything. I've framed awards, family photos and wedding invitations with it. It’s like a nice pair of jeans; you can dress it down or dress it up.
Position: Customer Service
Your favorite frame: #206 natural
Why you love it: It’s subtle and made from a solid American hardwood.
How you’ve used it: For all of my own artwork. It has a great gallery look that isn’t distracting to the work, but holds itself up well.
Position: Production Manager
Your favorite frame: #80033
Why you love it: It goes with so many pieces of art. The size doesn’t overpower the art, but enhances it. The design is gentle and pleasing. I love the very slight hint of purple/red accent on some of the texture.
How you’ve used it: To frame wedding pictures and invitations.
Position: Commercial Framing Department (Dry-Mounter)
Your favorite frame: #51407
Why you love it: Sometimes you just need some depth to make your art pop. I also like the texture.
How you’ve used it: With nature photos.
Position: Showroom Attendant
Your favorite frame: #206
Why you love it: It makes artwork look modern. I like the clean lines and neutral finish.
How you’ve used it: To update an antique map.
Position: Commercial Department Assistant Manager
Your favorite frame: #79613
Why you love it: It’s silvery and elegant, with just the right amount of distressed detailing. I also like its versatility.
How you’ve used it: With dark mats and black and white photographs.
Position: Showroom Attendant, Social Media, Marketing Assistant
Your favorite frame: Tarnished Pewter Wood Frame #332902
Why you love it: It’s a surprisingly versatile frame. It has an industrial texture that works well with a lot of art.
How you’ve used it: On floated Degas drawings.
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Friday, October 27, 2017
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Stephanie: I regularly use AF152 and AF206 for selling, but my favorite for personal use is
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
the term suggests illegal and undesirable expressions. That’s not the case here.