Put Yourself in A Good Frame of Mind, and use this summer to organize your work and prepare it for fine art reproduction and online sales. For a limited time, from now through July 30, 2010, we are offering FREE photography of your paintings & drawings for fine art reproduction and online sales in the American Frame Art Gallery .
Come and join the fun! We’ve launched a Summer Special for artists who paint, draw or work in mixed media. If you are interested in selling your artwork online, professionally photographing your art is critically important. To produce a quality, fine art reproduction, your work needs to be photographed at a very high resolution, in an evenly lit setting, and color correct to insure that the reproduction mimics the original, preferably at full size. Now through Friday, July 30, we are offering you this service at no charge through the American Frame Photography Department. To coordinate, please contact our Showroom or simply swing by and speak with Lisa, Nora or Anna at 419-893.5595, #6. Or, if you would like to speak with our photographer directly about your work before sending it or making a delivery, feel free to contact Matt Mickel at 419-887-8049, email@example.com.
Photography service includes free assistance with complete set up in the American Frame Online Art Gallery for interested artists. This offer is limited to 15 paintings per artist. Requests will be scheduled on a first come first serve basis, so order early to make sure you get into the schedule. High resolution files for printing will be archived at American Frame. The artist will receive a low res jpeg of each image which can be emailed for marketing and promotional purposes. Artist is responsible for transportation of works to and from the American Frame Showroom, Maumee , OH . Artists will also be considered for a presence in the next American Frame Handbook scheduled for printing and mailing in Spring of 2011. We are also offering a 20% discount on all prints ordered with free photography. Choose from a variety of fine art and photographic papers, or canvas. What better way to prepare for shows and have your work presented at it’s best online?