Makung djang . . . . .Sugarbag dreaming


I have been able to get a bit of framing done lately and am pleased with the final results.  I did have one issue when I was careless with the glass cutting but apart from that all went well.

Our son asked me if I would frame an indigenous painting for him.  He also wanted me to include the certificate of authenticity. I decided to frame the back of the painting with matt board too and included a photo I took of the back of the actual painting before it was covered up.This is the back of the painting with the certificate and photo included and before the hanging wire has been added.It is important to use archival quality products when framing valuable paintings such as this so I made sure I was using exactly that. This tape is how the painting is attached to the archival framing mat.

This framing was a tricky job but one where the challenge was thoroughly enjoyable.

This second picture was a fun one completed for my daughter.


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