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Presentation by Jim & Brandy Gilliam of Cadillac Art & Frame at the Sept. 6 Visual Arts Society of Texas meeting

You are invited to a presentation by Jim and Brandy Gilliam of Cadillac Art & Frame of Little Elm on the business of framing your artwork on Wednesday, September 6th from 7-9 p.m. , at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center, 400 E Hickory St, Denton, TX.

Cadillac Art & Frame is a family owned business that is a custom picture frame shop and an art gallery store. Jim has been custom framing pictures, shadow boxes, diplomas, wedding photos, art, photography, and jerseys since 1984.

To find out more about Cadillac Art & Frame, see:  www.cadillacartandframe.com, or on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/cadillacartandframe.

The presentation is free for VAST members; $3 for guests.

 

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Frame Destination offers framing supplies & advice

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Frame Destination is a framing supplies business located in Dallas with an online interface for ordering. You may have your ordered shipped but pickup is also available for local customers.

Website:  https://www.framedestination.com Email: info@FrameDestinations.com Phone: 972-479-1188 Address: 13539 Method Street, Dallas, TX 75243

Photographer Mark Rogers founded Frame Destination out of his home in Dallas, Texas, in 2004. After one year and much success, he was able to move the business out of his home and into Frame Destination’s current production facility. Under Rogers’ leadership, Frame Destination has become one of the leading Internet-based seller of picture frames and do-it-yourself framing supplies.For more about the company and its founder Mark Rogers, see https://www.framedestination.com/about-us/

  • Pre-assembled picture frames, which include the mount board, mat board, glazing, and hanging kit.
  • Ready-made picture frames, including archival and standard
  • Empty picture frames, metal and wood
  • Framing materials, including mat board, mount board, glass or acrylic glazing
  • Storage materials, including photo boxes, CD/DVD slipcases, GalleryPouch™ bubble bags, and more
  • Cleaning supplies, such as acrylic cleaner and microfiber towels
  • Protection supplies, including gloves, corner protectors, and dust covers
  • And much more! Including online videos, blog and a newsletter…

To subscribe to their informative newsletter or to order framing supplies, go to https://www.framedestination.com


 

Playing with frame size and style is a great way to change the look, feel, and visual impact of your art. A popular trend in gallery framing and home art display is to use extra-large frames for smaller photos and art work. This creates a dramatic visual and draws the eye to your art display…
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How to Clean Metal and Wood Picture Frames

When people look at your artwork, they also see your frames, even though the frames are not what they are focusing on – and that means if your picture frames are dirty or dusty, they’re going to see that, too. A dirty, dusty frame won’t do any favors for your home décor or the piece that’s framed…
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How to Protect and Preserve Your Digital Prints

When you spend a significant amount of time and money on a beautiful digital photograph for your home or office, you want to be able to enjoy it for a while. Unfortunately, a variety of factors can affect your digital prints and distort the way they look over time. But take heart, because there’s hope…
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Framing Workshop Nov. 15 with Mahto Hogue

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Johnny (Mahto) Hogue Framing Workshop Saturday, November 15, 2014 – 10AM – 4PM

Johnny Hogue will be giving a workshop that will teach how to frame our artwork for presentation in public galleries and at juried shows. He will discuss archival framing, matting and mounting with preservation as well as beauty in mind.

The Workshop fee is $65 for Trinity Arts Guild members and $95 for non- members. E-mail donjohn4242@yahoo.com or call 817-504-8769 or 817-504-8926. Make your payment early to reserve your space. http://trinityartsguild.org/workshops/mahtoframingworkshop.html

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Bedford Boys Ranch
Trinity Arts Guild Gallery
2819 R. D. Hurt Pkwy.
Bedford, TX 76095-0671

 

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