Framing Your Artwork and Tips for Exhibitors

Framing Artwork and Tips for Exhibitors

This Framing Artwork and Tips for Exhibitors workshop will help you think more clearly about editing your work in order to create a professional and cohesive presentation of your individual style, what kind of frame would work best in what type of situation, and how to best transport and store your framed work.

A big emphasis of this workshop will be placed on how galleries and museums will judge your presentation. Time will be spent on the other materials needed for a gallery show and there will be lots of time for questions and discussions during the demonstrations.

Of great importance is the selection and purchase of all the necessary framing materials and tools to complete your project and the demonstration of techniques of how to use them. These will include the mounting of different types of artworks.  You will then try your hand at measuring and cutting professional-looking window mattes as well as glass.  We will look at framing with metal frames as well as recommendations for various types of wood frames, showing different methods of handling the different types of artworks. Worth the price of admission is a list of quality vendors to find all the things you need for the process.

Students should bring a representative sampling of their actual work if it is small enough to travel easily, photos of their framed work, or an electronic device to share images. Enrollment will be limited.

Cost: $150

Two Options for Workshop Payments

1 - Send a check in the full amount to:

Nancy Ori
124 Diamond Hill Road
Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922

2 - Pay Online via PayPal. Click the payment button above. Then click the Send link. Enter your email address to pay with your credit card as a guest (if you don't want to open a PayPal account). If you have a PayPal account, you can login and continue to pay. Please include the name of the workshop for which you are registering.


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