Re: [art_education] Re: Framing question?
- Thanks for leads. JK
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On Sep 10, 2012, at 12:56 PM, "aliteachesart" <alexandrabenton.art@...> wrote:
I've had these in the past- I think we got them from Sacs or another supplier- check in the furniture part of catalogs. They were really expensive though. I use those plastic frames with the cardboard back- they are easy to change out and you can put collage inside, plus they are cheap. Hope that helps, Ali pk-4
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, John Kaluzynski <aikiman@...> wrote:
> Hi, Y'all.
> Getting ready for a new year, and I would like to create a student gallery in our BOE's main hallway. I would like the gallery to have a finished, formal look. At the same time, I would like to be able to rotate student work easily. In the past, I have seen art frames that come with a pre-cut mat and also have a hinged back so that art can be changed quickly, but I am having some difficulty finding a supplier for this product (can find photo sized, but not art sized).
> Anyone ever purchased these frames? Know where I might find some?
> Turkey Hill School
> Orange, CT
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