The problem is that canvases should be stretched first and then framed. If your piece has already been stretched, it can be stretched again to fit inside the frame. These frames protect the art from the elements, including air, moisture/humidity, sunlight and more. Discolouration is a common complaint because the sun’s rays lighten the colours over time.
Similarly, you can find almost any size frame to fit your piece of artwork. When choosing a canvas framing company in Sydney, it is imperative that you consider someone professional. It is a difficult process for most people who have no skills, but those with experience and training will find it easy to complete. Also, it may be best to choose a company with the ability to manufacture genuine emulsion transfers, as well. They will also give advice or tips on what frames look best, what matting is best, and much more. You may also want to visit their website to make sure it’s easy to navigate, which shows you that they are organized both online, and in their shop.
At Amarisco Framing & Mounting, they can help anyone with their stretching and frame needs, including art galleries, photographers, artists or interior decorators. Whether you got something on holiday or purchased an original work of art, they can advise you on what to do and how to achieve it, so you get the best visual impact possible. Just bring it in and let them turn it from a roll into a ready-to-hang masterpiece. Canvas framing in Sydney ensures that your artwork is protected and safe, looking even better than it did before.