Framing for Canvas
Because of the depth of the canvases Mike uses, which usually measure 1.25”, we use floater frames to frame originals. The floater frame secures the canvas to its center, leaving a small gap between the canvas and frame on all sides in order to preserve the paint around the edges and to showcase the canvas itself. It looks fantastic around canvases large or small!
The frame itself is a classic black, open-grain wooden floater frame, deep and not wide, providing a delicate black outline around the painting so as not to draw the eye away from the artwork itself.
Please be advised that ordering a frame could add 5-10 business days to your order delivery date.
The standard black floater frame is what we recommend, but as always, there are a range of options of floater frames to choose from if you should so desire. Prices will vary. Please direct all custom framing inquiries to Ann at email@example.com.
Visit our Framing section for more information.