Mood Indigo by Vinny Lee
Have you ever seen something that makes you stop and think...
The New Eighteenth Century Style
Something so profoundly simple but elegant....
Linda Chase Associates
Used in ways you've never dreamed.....
Vogue Living Australia, 2010
Just because you love their beauty....
I love frames, even better empty frames in their purest form.
Michael Trapp's Home
The way they can lead your eye in.....
Making you take notice of them rather then what they frame.
Cote Sud Magazine, 2004
The frame has had a long and noble history, often being commissioned before determining what to put in it. Now the frame takes center stage rather then a supporting role.
Monique Meij-Beekman, Elle Decoration UK 2009
Designs evoke a time when craftsmanship was an art unto itself. Instead of being diminished or destroyed by the passage of time, frames, like fine wine, are enhanced by age.
So is it any wonder that people now collect frames for their stand-alone beauty.
my frames & image
A few of my antique frames, an 18th century Spanish frame with a carved niche for holding a reliquary framing out two 17th century Italian frames and 16th century angel bust.
Frames no longer need a job and have come to be admired for themselves. So how about you, do you have a frame or two without a piece of artwork? Would you ever want just a frame without a picture?