Saturday, 17 May 2008

Finishing Touches

Here are a couple of A5 pieces I had created previously, and have now framed. Although the frames were fairly inexpensive I think they set the pieces off nicely. Thank you to Mona for her tutorials about framing on her blog, which I found very helpful, especially when it came to framing the Ballerina piece.




As usual - lousy photographs! Something you have no doubt come to expect!

Before framing - Footprints in the Sand, Degas' Ballerinas

6 comments:

JafaBrit's Art said...

your ballerinas are wonderful, love the angle and how you did them.

Undaunted said...

Thanks Jafabrit. I'm not sure what you mean about the "angle" though. This is one of Degas' pieces that I copied. I've been meaning to do another one for ages but I keep having too many other ideas!

JafaBrit's Art said...

angle as in looking down on the dancers, even when copying I don't always think this angle is easy to pull off.

Undaunted said...

Oh I see. Thank you :)

Mona said...

I like the framing choices you've made. The silver with the Degas is particularly nice.


Thanks for the mention as well. :)

Undaunted said...

Thank you Mona, and you're welcome! Thank you for the tutorials!

The "silver" frame is a lovely colour - somewhere inbetween silver and gold.