Join Konrad Eek for an in-depth discussion in this video Goodbye, part of Matting, Framing, and Hanging Your Photographs.
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I certainly hope you have enjoyed learning all the techniques I have demonstrated during this course.…A couple of things I want to leave you with is thoughts.…First: practice, don't feel bad if the first time you try to pull that handheld cutter…through the board the line is crooked. I threw away hundreds of mattes early on.…And what you see me do is the ease of long practice.…Also, the other encouragement I'd give you: don't be afraid to try new things, don't be…afraid to go outside the box.…
Ofttimes, artistic innovation comes from that outside-of-the-box thinking and change.…Take all this information not as a series of hard and fast rules, but a starting point…to embrace these techniques and take them much farther than I have shown to you.…I really hope you enjoy what you have learned and make it your own.……
The course begins with an overview of framing concepts, terms, and tools and then shows how to choose and work with the various components of a framed print: matboard, frame, glazing, wire hangers, and more. The course also examines the issues and creative options behind hanging an exhibit, whether in a gallery or in a home.
- Conversing with a framer
- Selecting a mat and a frame
- Deciding on window size
- Using a handheld or production mat cutter
- Mounting art
- Cutting glass
- Assembling frames
- Hanging photographs in groups
- Hanging photographs on different surfaces
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
Conversing with a framer14m 53s
2. Working with Mats
3. Choosing a Frame and Glazing
4. Putting It All Together
Assembling a metal frame8m 33s
5. Hanging a Show
6. Hanging Work at Home
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