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Framing Artworks on Paper: 2-D or Not 2-D

by Chris Barnett Framers develop an acute awareness about both the pictorial importance of papers, and how they encompass myriad structural and material qualities.  The permutations in paper manufacturing processes are vast, yielding diverse materials such as long-fibered and strong yet lightweight Japanese papers;  sturdy watercolor and printing papers; pulpy handmade papers, finely milled digital printing… read more

Some Thoughts on Glazing

Glazing is a term framers use to refer to  “the glass”, and glazing products are available as a wide variety of materials designed to address certain criteria such as clarity, ease of cleaning, safety, filtration of ultraviolet light as well as light in general, and reflection control.  Because of the range of products available, sometimes… read more