Absolutely !! Its always best to let me mount the portrait into a good, solid frame that works with and enhances the image. All of my frames are solid wood, pieces of furniture really like the portrait itself, not made of MDF, plastic or foam that most of the frames in local retail stores are. I can have your portrait mounted in the new frame, complete with kraft paper backing and hangers ready to hang on your wall.
In 20 years in the studio, most clients need a little visual help with the proper sizing of the wall portraits. Best thing to do is have me come to the house for a consult…I can bring some frame samples in different sizes to show you what would work best for the spaces you are considering. I often times take “before and after” pics of the clients wall and can use that to virtually show you what your wall will look like before we order the actual portrait. These consults are free, just take a few minutes and very helpful.
I separate the frames into Levels (Level 1 – Level 5). Basically, Level 1 is 1 inch wide; Level 2 is 2 inches wide and so on. The larger wall portraits 24×30 and above really require a wider width 3,4,5 inches. I do run frame specials throughout the year so be sure to ask about that…I can take 20, 30, 40% off on some frames.