I thought it would be fun to share an example of how one of my drawings was framed. Ann and Floyd cut costs by doing it themselves, but using anti-reflective glass did add a little to the expense. What I love about this is how the natural deckle edge of the paper (100% cotton rag Stonehenge) is visible in the shadow box. Ann wrote:
We finally got the work purchased in the summer framed. We did it at Opus in Langley. We’ve framed other work there before and found them to be very helpful. We created a shadow box of both the art and the mats. We found a frame that had a thin silver line on both the outside and the inside edges to reflect the thin line created by you.