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Reader Mail: 3 Fish Studios artist gives cost-conscious framing tips

July 24, 2009 | 12:27 pm

Gehry-wiggle-2webHome contributor Debra Prinzing saw my post on 3 Fish Studios and writes:

 "I ordered some modern chair prints and the artist Eric Rewitzer emailed me right away to say thanks."
Rewitzer also passed along some time- and money-saving pointers on how to frame his work, such as this linoleum cut of Frank O. Gehry's Wiggle chair, part of a series of prints that are sized to drop right into a standard frame:
"I got a tip for you regarding frames. I have a show up right now here in San Francisco, and I framed these chair prints in white wood frames with a bevelled matte. The good news is that the frames are readily available at Aaron Brothers for $15 each. Even better, for the next two days they are having a buy one, get the second one for a penny sale. Ask for the white Signature 8 x 10 frame with the 5 x 7 matte. You won't be disappointed."

-- David A. Keeps

Photo: 3 Fish Studios