California Cascade Acrylic Painting




Painting: Acrylic on acid-free 140 pound archival watercolor paper

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62.0ʺW × 0.1ʺD × 48.0ʺH
Excellent Minor wear consistent with age and history
Boho Chic, Contemporary, Hollywood Regency, Impressionism, Modern

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Geoff Greene in SANTA MARIA, CA

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  • "I have always heard this type of frame referred to as a box, cradle or drop frame - also a "coffin" frame but I don't usually call it that as it turns some people off. ;) Again, I am sorry I don't know the exact term but hopefully the description will ring a bell for the framer."

    April 21, 2017, 12:03 p.m.

  • "Sorry I don't know the correct term! I mean a simple strip frame made with any type of molding (ie, pine, oak, etc) mounted on a backing of plywood or other supporting material. The strips form a box in which the picture sits. Strip width determines how deep the "box" is -2 to 4 inches looks good but it's your choice. Strip thickness determines how thick the frame is. This lets the framer mount the piece with a few spot attachments instead of a full dry mount."

    April 21, 2017, 11:57 a.m.

  • "Is there another way to name or describe it? Michaels framing didn't know those terms."

    April 21, 2017, 11:40 a.m.

  • "I hope this helps. Feel free to ask anything else please. And thank you so much for your support of living artists! Geoff Greene"

    April 21, 2017, 11:26 a.m.

  • "Dear Chris, I can make some suggestions. My favorite way to display large paper works is a simple box (aka cradle or dropped) strip frame. This type of display can be mounted with a few rear attachments instead of a full dry mount and displays well with or without glass/plexiglass. The main reason I like it is that it retains the "paper essence" of the piece- the little bumps and wrinkles that say "paper" instead of the flat, ironed out look of a full dry mount. Also of course, it's a lot cheaper."

    April 21, 2017, 11:24 a.m.

  • "Can you suggest how to mount your large acrylic on paper?"

    April 21, 2017, 10:26 a.m.

  • "We just purchesd your acrylic on paper Can you suggest mounting ideas?"

    April 21, 2017, 10:25 a.m.