The Edit: Fridge to Frame

How many pint-sized Picassos or kid Kusamas live in your home? Whether age three, thirteen or thirty, your child’s latest creative experiment may be the inventive pop of color your walls need. When looking at abstract gestural contemporary art, it’s common for a specific thought to arise – my kid could have done that. Well in this one instance, that would be right. Bring contemporary art straight to your home at a great value that’s full of context and sentiment. Read on for the three framing categories to consider when choosing how to display your little Lichtenstein’s masterpiece:

Alberto Murillo, Inner Beauty, 2015  40 x 40 inches. Available for $9,500.

Works on Paper:
Consider over matting or using a float mount to create a stand out border. With glass and a minimal frame, the end result will be a piece that could easily pass for a David Shrigley.

On Canvas:
Whether stretched or rolled, custom frame options will address whatever display support is needed. A simple float frame allows your tike’s paintings to stand out with a polished finish.

Shadow Boxes are the perfect solution for any three-dimensional works. While typically used for framing jerseys, consider using them to frame a favorite craft or collection.

Why limit their scribbles and class projects to the fridge? Frame their work and bring it to the forefront. And who knows, they really might just grow up to be the next Louise Bourgeois.