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Manchester

Learn the basics of framing with
Nick in Manchester

Click here to enrol in Manchester

High wycombe

Learn the basics of framing with
Linette in High Wycombe

Click here to enrol in High Wycombe

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Topics covered Basics of Framing Art & Photo Weekend
Identifying the key elements of a framed picture.
How to cut a standard mount using specialised tools, for the mounting of a picture.
Basic methods for attaching a picture to the mount.
Cutting picture mouldings and joining them to create a frame for the mounted picture.
Cutting the glass and backboard to fit the frame.
Assembling the framed picture, including sealing the picture back and adding a hanging cord
Explore the different presentation and displaying techniques available when mounting a picture.
Discover and choose the right mount & style for your artwork.
Learn how to cut double mount.
Learn how to cut shadow mounts.
Learn how to float mounts.
Learn how to plan & cut a multi-aperture mount with several openings for a group of photos.

Moulding

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When choosing moulding its best to first consider the size and depth of the object or art being framed. Larger items need wider larger mouldings in order to support and hold the weight of the art, glazing, mount and backing.
3d items require more depth in the rebate to fit the object.
Finally consider the room the frame will be displayed in, that way it can be matched to the interior, If it is for a gift or you are unsure where it will finally be displayed then consider using neutral colours (blacks, whites or greys).

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