Do you have any tips for framing or displaying?

I do. If you just bought a piece from me but have not quite found the best way to frame it consider using clips. I really like these utility clips (bulldog no. 1’s).  I recommend placing a heavy weight scrap piece of paper in between the clip and the work to increase sustained preservation!

Framing partnership:

I offer a framing service for locals. I have worked really hard and found a framer that meets four criterias:

1. quality craftsmanship.

2. quality of service.

3. affordability.

4. conservation and preservation of your peice.

The cost of this service is 200 dollars for a medium sized work of art and $340 dollars for a large work of art. The finish options are white or light wood. It comes with UV plexi-glass protection and the turn around time is 3 weeks. If you don't live near me I am working on another option currently that will ship straight to your house!  If you have any questions or need someone to bounce ideas of feel free to email me: jenniferkindell@gmail. It is important to me that we find the best display option for your space and budget.

 

 

Can I come by your workshop? 

Email me and let's find a time that works for both of us!

If you can, include in your email answers to these questions:

What kinds of works are you interested in?

Are you interested in custom works?

If you are stopping in to see what I have, I will need one hour for preparation for your visit.

 

Can you share with me about your process?

If you'd like to learn more about the technique of screen printing, my particular process or want to ask a related question feel free to reach out to me. I love sharing and helping others thrive. 

 

I love to teach humans. Get in touch if you have a workshop collaboration in mind!