living with art: canvases and framed prints

Today's fabulous “living with art” winning share comes from Vanessa Hall of Wildberry Studio & Design.  Vanessa says, "My client wanted a collage of various images from this shoot.  She wanted these white frames used but I felt it needed a little more.  I used mini wrap canvases, 16x20 prints matted and framed and 7x10 prints with and without mattes." Are you less than inspired when it comes to arranging photo collages?  For wall display ideas, check out our Inspire Guides to assist clients in visualizing how photo collages will look in their homes.  Professionals near and far rave that our wall display guides have boosted their sales and have taken their businesses to the next level, while the simple and attractive album design form allows for consistency in workflow and makes a professional statement to clients.


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