Robert Bilensky            Framing Samples 

FRAME SAMPLE
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Framing Sample Deep Low Profile Custom Frame Sample

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Framing Sample
Framing Sample

Framing Sample Deep Low Profile Custom Frame Sample

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Framing Sample
Framing Sample

Framing Sample Deep Low Profile Custom Frame Sample

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Framing Sample
Framing Sample

Framing Sample Deep Low Profile Custom Frame Sample

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Framing Sample
Framing Sample

Framing Sample Deep Low Profile Custom Frame Sample

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Framing Sample
Framing Sample

Framing Sample Deep Low Profile Custom Frame Sample

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Framing Sample
Framing Sample

Framing Sample Deep Low Profile Custom Frame Sample

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Framing Sample
Framing Sample

Framing Sample Deep Low Profile Custom Frame Sample

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Shown for Framing Sample.

I commonly frame all my work upon completion using a hardwood, i.e Oak, Walnut, Maple, etc. The thickness of the frame is generally dictated by the size of the piece, but about a 1/4 inch thickness.

 

I try to put as little visual emphasis on the frame as possible as not to distract from the composition. Framing my work is as much a part of my process as is the painting itself. These frames are attached directly to the sides of each piece with a strong, high quality woodglue.  Additionally, dependant on the quality and/or over-all hue of the paint in the work, frames may or may not be stained or laquered.