Frame It!

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F+W Media, Sep 5, 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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The Ultimate Guide to No-Fear Framing

The ideas and techniques in Frame It! make do-it-yourself framing more accessible than ever before. The "mysteries" of matting, molding and assembly are clearly revealed for anyone wanting to take a big or little part in their own creative framing projects.

In addition to mastering basic framing techniques, you'll also learn how to:

  • select mats and frames to complement your artwork
  • frame a wide variety of items including three-dimensional collectibles, fiber art, photography and more
  • create framing solutions without using a frame
  • preserve your artwork for years to come
Start filling your walls today. The creative ideas and straightforward techniques in Frame It! will have you dreaming of what you're going to frame next!

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About the author (2005)

Rice Freeman-Zachery is an artist and writer whose clothes, dolls and jewelry have been featured in shops and galleries in New Orleans, Taos, Albuquerque, Tacoma and Seattle, and whose art has been featured in Lynne Perrella's "Artists' Journals & Sketchbooks" and Terry Taylor's "Altered Art". She writes artist profiles for "Art Doll Quarterly", "Belle Armoire", "Legacy", "Somerset Life" and "Somerset Studio", and her two books, "Stamp Artistry" (Quarry, Nov. '03) and "New Techniques for Wearable Art" (Quarry, Sept. '04), feature her own art and that of other mixed-media artists.

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