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Float Framing Technique

At the Seaside Gallery we specialize in creating and using unique framing techniques that feature what is being framed in the best possible way without taking away or overpowering the artwork.  A float framing technique is one technique that we often use.  It provides a "floating" look to the artwork making it look suspended on nothing raised over the background with all of the edges showing enhancing the originality and markings of the artwork.  A complimenting frame is selected to complete the piece. 

We use the conservation method of a pass through hinge to attach the artwork with the ability to remove the piece in the future without inflicting any damage or markings to the original piece.  An acrylic spacer is included between the glass and the art to assure that the glass does not touch the art being framed.  Clear glass is the usual choice for glazing with conservation UV and Museum glass offered.

About Ruth Burke

As a professional art photographer, Ruth Burke has many publishing credits to her name. Her images have been featured in national and regional books and magazines such as Conde Nast Traveler, Texas Highways, Metropolitan Home, Bay Runner and Gulfscapes.


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