Frame protection gadget

Before I found ArtGarters, I messed around with a lot of different ways to protect framed photographs in transit. Cardboard between the frames (scuffs the faces), foam-core between (same deal), carpet, you name it. Then a friend recommended these handy padded corners....

Why is it?

I love it when shows give you free postcards to mail out to all of your customers. A lot of shows do this, and the art is almost universally terrific, either showcasing a single image, or a montage of all the different styles and media that you might expect to see at...
Booth Signs

Booth Signs

A lot of artists use big vinyl or canvas banners stretched across the front of their canopy. These signs, while large, aren’t as effective as they could be. They block the flow of air into the roof vents, sit above the awning, and most importantly, are parallel...
Gallery Wraps — extending the image

Gallery Wraps — extending the image

In my earlier post on gallery wrapping canvas prints, I describe how to stretch the print on the stretcher bars. But how do you get maximum image impact out of an image that doesn’t really have enough image to wrap around the edges of the frame? There are two...