I just hung the Christmas present I made for my hubby. I think it turned out great and decided to not put the print right up against the glass and have it sit back like a shadow box. This print is 48 inches in length and fits perfect over our mantle
I love seeing the final pieces installed in a clients home and getting emails like this " Just hung the three pictures upstairs in the playroom and I thought it was cool how they show from downstairs thru the barn doors! Fabulous design!!!
She sent us her wall measurements from her home in Jackson Hole and we created 3 30 x 30 canvas for her home. There is something about having a finished piece in this digital world. Sixty years from now I will not want to scroll through my files on my computer but will treasure looking at my actual photos and albums.
Scott went to a clients house and hung her photographs up her stairs. It turned out beautiful! Scott has such a great eye for design and laying out photos, we really see the photographs as art in your home.Here are some suggestions you should think about before a photo session
1. Where you would like to display your artwork (photograph of your beautiful family)
2. Size, we do not want to go too big or too small
3. Think outside the box, we can do any size and love to do a combination of sizes
It is so fun to design something different for my clients. She loved so many we designed something for her. I can't wait to see it in her house! October is starting to fill up fast for Christmas so be sure to call us at 353 1989
I love to be able to hang work or display your photos in different ways. This idea came from Katherine Sandoz. I often find alot of inspiration from other artist or something else besides other photographers. Here is a sample of frames we did for a client. These make great gifts for Christmas! PS Christmas will sneak up on us before we know it so be sure to call the studio to book the space you would like!