Framed Art Phenomena 24
The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery. -Francis Bacon
"White Rabbit" by Craww. Pic provided by "inkedup" from expressobeans.com
“These two Craww frames-up by Furthur Frames in Denver, CO are excellent examples in which the appropriate mat and frame colors really bring out the colors in the image. Love it.”
"Patience" by Craww. Pic provided by "inkedup" from expressobeans.com
"The Jane Doe Project" by Jacob Bannon. Pic provided by "xangelx" from expressobeans.com
“Interesting approach to framing up a wood piece. This Bannon is mounted on a linen backing with no glass. Beautiful piece.”
"Only Death is Real" by Aaron Horkey. Pic provided by "biscocrack420" from expressobeans.com
“This is a pretty amazing frame-up of an absolutely amazing Horkey piece. The texture of the frame mirrors the intricately detailed wrinkles of the Rhinoceros.”
"Mogwai, New Mexico 2011" by Drew Millward. Pic provided by Karen W.
“For the custom framing of this piece we used all archival materials including a soft-white matting and a touch of golden yellow to accent the yellows in the artwork, along with a classy black frame with curves and line details to enhance the “star of the show” and create contrast against the blue of the poster. -Karen W. Framed by Karen’s Detail Custom Frames in Santa Ana, CA.”
"A Perfect Vacuum" by Jeremy Geddes. Pic provided by Furthur Frames
“Yep, this is pretty much my favorite APV frame-up now. Framed by Furthur Frames in Denver, CO. It’s ‘Perfect'”
“I thought I’d end this weeks ‘Framed Art Phenomena’ on an interesting note. These are digitally manipulated series of frames by Taylor Holland titled ‘Fra[me’s]‘. It first came about when he visited the Louvre museum and found himself more engaged with the decorative and ornate frames rather than the art masterpieces that it surrounded. He is Currently partnering with Saintill Lijsten (Haarlem, NL) to realize a physical prototype of this project by taking antique frames and filling them with hand-crafted molds. “
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