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Applied math Printing & Framing

How To Join Mouldings With 30° & 45° Bevels

And More . . . We found that when using moulding with 45° bevels, there isn’t much extra material to work with when trying to make the corner folds while stretching the canvas. Thirty-degree bevels aren’t as bad, so that is what we usually use for stretching our images. I’ve also found that on those […]

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Upcoming Events

Englewood Invitational Art Festival At New Location

We have been invited back to Englewood the weekend of January 29th. This will be our second time at this festivalprevious and our fourth festival in Englewood. This festival will be put on by the same local artistabout as before, but will now be at the Elks Lodge at 401 North Indiana Avenue. This festival […]

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Our 2022 Festival Season Begins In Cape Coral

The Cape Coral Art Festival & Market Place will be on Saturday, January 8th, 2022 & Sunday. Put on by the Rotary Club of Cape Coral since 1985, the art festival will again be from Del Prado to Vincennes Street on Cape Coral Parkway. Admission and parking are free. They are expecting 120,000 visitors to […]

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A Contest For Woodworkers: Make Miter Cut Between Differently-beveled Mouldings

I’ve recently written an article about how we make our beveled stretcher mouldinglink for our canvas printswhy. The first illustration in the “Dado Cut” section of that article shows important measurements for both a 30° and 45° bevel. Since then I’ve needed to use both of those on the same frame (see what we have […]

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Recognition

Nancy Receives Award At Pembroke Pines

For the second consecutive year, Nancy received 1st Place for Photography in Pembroke Pinesprevious. Also for the second time (but not consecutively), she could be considered the worst photographer at that festivalprevious. Believe me, first place pays better. We would again like to thank the Arts and Culture Advisory Board and the City of Pembroke […]