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Frame of Mind / 07.05.2012

Everyday we hustle from one place to another getting along with our busy lives. For me, time seems to be continually speeding up. There are certain memories worth taking a moment to slow down and remember, to catch you off guard and take you back in time. It might be a home run baseball you caught as a kid buried in the back of your closet, or the handmade christening outfit you...

Art Matters, Meet the Artist / 27.04.2012

Hunting for the perfect painting to fit in an empty spot on your wall is a frustrating challenge all homeowners and designers have faced. The colors have to match, the textures have to work together, and the scale of the piece needs to be right in range. I can recall multiple situations where it has taken me a few months to find a particular piece of art for a client. That is, until I...

Behind the Scenes, Frame of Mind / 20.04.2012

When you think about picture frames do you ever think that it could be hiding something? Do you ever wonder what is behind that attractive piece of artwork? There could be more than meets the eye. Our generation’s contribution to frame history is a pretty good one. Frames started showing up in the history books 3-4,000 years ago on tomb paintings and vases. They functioned mostly as decorative boundaries. As...

Art Matters, Meet the Artist / 19.03.2012

Fred has found a way to capture the depth and detailed beauty of nature using an unique photography technique. [caption id="attachment_1771" align="aligncenter" width="864"] "Bluebells on Cedar Run" By Fred Eberhart[/caption] His photographs can be enlarged to over 10′ tall or 10′ wide and still hold the clarity of the image you see below. Fred is able to enlarge his images to these enormous sizes and create such depth by actually stitching together a series of images...

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