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Framing Fine Art Prints

My parents recently framed an archival fine art print from their commission with me of their dog Nick!  They had the archival fine art print framed and matted using archival framing methods similar to museums.  The fine art print that they chose to frame shows Biscuit and Nick together with smiles on their faces waiting for a treat on a beautiful spring day!  The archival framing was completed by JLP Framing located in Baltimore, Maryland.  As a result of using archival print and framing methods, this print will last for many years to come!

Importantly, Biscuit’s memory will be forever be preserved in his Grandma and Grandpa’s home along with many other photographs, including a painting, also shown below, of our little Biscuit.  Of course, Nick’s photographs and painting (that Doug and I had commissioned of Nick as a gift to my parents) also adorns their home!

Doug and I are currently working on ideas to commemorate and honor Biscuit.  We know for certain that we will have some fine art archival prints of Biscuit and our family made, which we will have framed and matted to display in our new forthcoming home.  We have some other ideas in mind as well to commemorate and honor our Biscuit.

You can read further information on how to preserve your photographs here.

 

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The above photograph is courtesy of Dick Carver.

 

Biscuit 50 50 show

The above painting was completed by Mary Medrano as part of the 50 50 Show.

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