FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW SHOULD I FRAME MY LIMITED-EDITION PRINT?
The limited-edition prints are archival quality so to keep them in pristine condition
have them professionally framed by your local picture framer.
Purchase a pre-made frame from Profile Australia. their frames are made using archival quality matting and materials. A cheaper frame from a department store will not preserve the print and will eventually deteriorate.
Look for archival quality picture frames.
SHOULD I FRAME MY ORIGINAL PAINTING?
There is no need to as all the original paintings are painted on gallery wrapped canvas however getting them professional framed by your local picture framer just adds that little finishing touch.
CAN YOU ORGANIZE THE FRAMING?
Who can recommend a frame that will best suit the artwork.
HANGING YOUR ARTWORK
HOW DO I HANG MY ORIGINAL PAINTING?
The best place to hang an original painting is on a wall which has a wall stud where you can securely anchor the fixings, away from any heat source, not in direct sunlight. away from areas of moisture or high humidity and away from ultra violet lights.
Naomi recommends two fixings per painting wall mates are her favorite for gyprock walls and they are available at bunnings.
You could also hire a handyman or professional installer
HOW DO I HANG MY WIRE SCULPTURE?
Indoors a tiny nail or even a pin is usually enough to hold them in place. Outdoors in windy conditions it would be better to use a tiny hook or bent nail. They can even be suspended with fishing line.
COMMISSION A PAINTING
please see the commissions page for more information
Naomi loves working with businesses who share her love for coastal art. If you are interested in including her artwork in your upcoming project please contact Naomi at email@example.com
Naomi also loans out some artwork to industry professionals for media/magazine publications, brand promotion and blog articles in exchange for a credit as the supplier of the products, please enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org
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