Comments from Friday

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Mohammed Elyas: Time for another Friday Frames!-Let’s see which projects you finished this week.

Chris Oyler:


Chris Oyler:


Evan O:


Anita Thompson Wade:


Dale Garrett Edwards: For a Father’s Day gift.


Mohammed Elyas:


Sandy Seaman: Almost done…. No wait… can I add one more plzzzzzz


Raymond Sweeney: Fun and challenging project


Susan Kaulbars: Fun with line details!


Jason Nix: Run up to Atlanta for a bunch more strainer stock.


Ursula Overdiek:


Treasure Anne Dragseth: 8” deep shadow box.


Jay Cousins:


Susan Boni: Esquire original watercolor. Used the magazine ( color copy). Nothing was harmed in the making. And the frame base I always use “franks fabrics cc liner. “


None:


Christopher Mayberry:


Christopher Mayberry:


Christian Harwell: A little shadowbox in celebration of a Disney wedding.


Fabrica De Tablouri:


James McDonald:


Penni Coleman Litzau: So glad she used some color and the black frame was beveled.


Robert Gulf: Pretty simple job, not too exciting. It was a gift for a customer whose friend turned 80. I said “I’ve done something like this before”, and they said “Yeah! When he turned 40, you did XL”. Feeling a little older right now.
I don’t think I’ll be framing CXX


Agatha Blaszkowska:


Jupe T. Gale: Alexander Calder “Mars Equation”


Scott Dawson: Handcrafted gloss black with a custom closed corner fillet toned with a tinted clear on this peter Lik photo


Jenifer Newby: An original piece from an artist out of Vegas. Customers like it big and shiny! The fun part was floating it with reflection control plexi glass


Nicole Francoeur:


Glenn Parker:


Glenn Parker:


Glenn Parker:


Melanie Jarman:


Betsy Wagner: Book plate from the first edition of Captain James Cooke’s book about exploring the southern hemisphere. Document is encapsulated in Mylar.


Tashia Peterman: I really want to buy this from the artist for myself.


Doreen Winnicky:


Benjamin B Purvis: My customer with his order. I made the frame from 2x4s that I squared up on my jointer and planer, then gave a rough cut look to the front and side with an old table saw blade with a tooth bent out just a smidge.


Cheryl Wacks: Just a simple double matted, framed photo of a barber giving a shave


Lacey Allen: An amazing, 1 of a kind, Brian Dowdall
super blessed to work with this one.


Mike Bosich: Rare nautilus shell
on foamboard shelf