Painting on the frame

Preview this painting of The Parc du Cinquantenaire or Jubelpark in Summer in Belgium as viewed in your home.

Painting on the frame to create sculptural depth.

My original idea of painting on the frame aims to draw the viewer into the scene, in a sculptural way.

Painting of The Parc du Cinquantenaire or Jubelpark, Summer, Belgium

This provides the art collector with immediacy for hanging.

Preview this painting of Meteora in Greece as viewed in your home.

The bespoke frames provide deep dimensionality.

Painting of Meteora, Greece

This allows the viewer to step into a scene. Another window for their home.

Most of these works are painted through the canvas and over the frame. I felt bad that art collectors often buy a work and then have to take it for framing.

If I can provide them with a ready-to-hang piece of art, I save them that extra time and expense.

Preview the dimensions of this painting of Tervuren in Autumn in Belgium on gallery walls.

To prepare for this collection I hunted for the biggest and most beautiful antique frames from markets and auction houses in Athens, Greece and Brussels, Belgium. Then I affixed and painted both canvases and frame simultaneously.

Huge landscape painting of Tervuren in the Autumn in Belgium.

I have not perfected the method but so far I’m told it’s both helpful and delightful. What more can I offer?

This collection will be exhibited in a solo show titled IMMENSITIES at Art Base gallery from the 24th of September 2020.

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