Art can be a wonderful gift for any occasion whether it’s a Christmas, birthday, anniversary, baby shower, or wedding gift. Venturing into art buying territory can be scary, but very personal and well worth the effort. Whether you wish to add to one's art collection, or maybe start one for a friend, keep in mind a few helpful tips: 1. Keep it Small.
Located in Westernville, NY. Lynne Reichhart graduated from SUNY Potsdam with a BA in Computer Science. After 20 years of corporate life, she turned to her passion for art and let her creative side emerge. She found a wonderful local school affiliated with Pratt School of Art in New York City and began taking art classes. Lynne has always lived in Upstate
Floating frames not only make artwork look bigger, but it is inexpensive compared to taking it to a store to get framed. Sometimes we can make the mistake of ordering artwork that is too small for the space you planned on using it for but have no fear because there is a way to make it fit perfectly on that blank
It can be overwhelming thinking about all the ways and places you can hang your new artwork. These 5 tips will help you efficiently display your painting and add to the style, design and beauty of your home! Find the Perfect Frame The perfect frame can enhance the impact of any painting. Before you chose a frame, observe the style of your
Are you wondering how the "cool" people are displaying their art? Look no further! Below are some great suggestions and trends on where to place your art in your home. Most people save the mantel for holiday or birthday cards, but why not use that space to display artwork! The mantel is a great focal point in most houses, and there are