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How important is color to picture framing?
Color is the single most important element in a framed presentation. You can modify the mat size or use the incorrect style frame but color is the element used to coordinate the art with the frame and the decor.
Color affects all purchasing decisions. When you make a decision to buy anything -- that decision is based on color first. You will buy a style that is not quite what you had in mind, a size that needs alterations but not a color you do not like. This manner of selection is transferred from cars, to clothing, to furniture, to art, and of course, to framing. Clients have these same feelings about color. Your awareness of this fact will help you to balance the needs of the client with the best presentation of the piece to be framed.
This program will help you, as a frame designer, develop an eye for color and an understanding of how color relates to its surroundings. You will see the difference color can make on artwork and frame design.
A deck of 192 colors representing 24 hues with tints, tones and shades is used with this program. By handling the colors the designer can experience the full understanding of how color relates to other colors and its surroundings. Purchase of color deck optional.
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