Jen Delyth

Celtic Art Studio

Official Site of Welsh Artist

FAQ Framing

Frames by Celtic Art by jen delyth

Fine Art Conservation Archival Framed Prints

  • Museum Quality Archival Prints Framed in Artist's Studio
  • Float Framed Deckled Edge Print
  • 1/4" Archival Frame-spacers between Print and Plexi-glass (creates airspace between frame and print)
  • Mounted on Black "Museum" Matt Board (buffered against acids)
  • Solid Wood Frame - Gold w/ Thin Black Distress Lines
  • Frame Profile Width 1 5/8", 3/4" depth
  • Acid Free - UV Blocking - Clear - Shatter Resistant - Plexi-Glass (same clarity as glass)
  • Acid-Free Foam-core Backing
  • Acid Free Hanemuhle Heavy Fine Art Paper, with Archival Inks
  • Quality D-ring Hardware (ready to hang)
  • Symbolic Explanation of Print on back


    What FRAMING do you reccomend?

    Jen creates her Giclee Prints in her Studio, using only Professional Fine Art Giclee Equipment and materials. Prints have a DECKLED EDGE (Jen hand tears the edge of the paper). We reccomend FLOAT MATTING prints, so the edges of the paper can be seen, rather than using a WINDOW MATT over the edge of the paper. Our prints can be put into any ready made frame. We do reccomend a FRAME SPACER between the artwork and the glass or plex-glass, so the print can breathe, and does not touch the glass.

    Can you FRAME our Jen Delyth Print?

    We can FRAME your print for you, here in Jen's Studio. We have chosen a lovely contemporary solid wood frame - gold with thin black distress lines. This flat profile frame works with all of Jen's archival prints, contrasting well with the black matt board, the white deckled paper print, and the color palette that Jen uses in her prints.


    A COLLECTIBLE archival print, is best framed using CONSERVATION quality materials. We use Acid Free, UV blocking, shatterproof plexi-glass, museum Matt Board that is buffered against acids, and framespacers between the glass and the print within the frame, to create a breathable "airspace", which also gives the frame and print some depth visually.

    We also use "rabbet-spacers" on the back of the print, to hold the glass, print and backing boards in place. There are no metal staples or glues involved in this process.

    Most importantly, our frames look great, and compliment the artwork. You can be sure that the artwork and frame will do well in sunlight, and the print will stay in good condition for a long time.

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