Framing Guide

Framing Your Artwork

There are many different framing options. You may choose whichever is to your taste, budget, which compliments the artwork and what best suits your home. The main distinguishing factors between the different levels of framing are the materials and their effect on your artwork. Ultimately, framing is a personal choice which will determine how long your piece will stay looking great. 

Ask a Professional

Using a professional framer will give you the best protection for your artwork. If you live locally on the Surf Coast or Geelong region, I can highly recommend The Frame Shop in Newtown. I highly recommend you spend the extra and choose a non-reflective, UV resistant glass, as it brings the artwork to life and provides the best longevity. 

Framing Yourself

If framing the artwork yourself is better suited to your budget, most of my artwork will fit into ready-made frames. The a-series sizes (A4, A3, A2 and A1) are standard sizes which are sold in numerous homeware stores. I’ve had luck finding quality mid-range frames from Freedom Furniture, Adairs and Country Road. Your local framer may also have these sizes ready-made.

Profile stock a large range of good quality, Australian made, ready-made frames.

Fine art prints are extremely delicate so if you decide to frame it yourself, please only handle the artwork with clean hands or with a glove by the outer edges.