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Bill Catellier
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Posted: 26 May 2016 at 7:47am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Peter-  really like that solo Thing piece.  Beautiful. 
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Karl Wiebe
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I picked a simple black frame that is easy to dust. I am glad I spent money to get it professionally framed (totally worth the money).

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Greg Tigges
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Nice Karl! Did u get the non-glare glass? It looks great!
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Karl Wiebe
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Thanks!!  No, I went with normal glass.  Personally I found the non-glare glass looked filmy and to be honest, I don't mind reflection in the glass-- I just have it out of direct light.  So I went with a swanky double-mat (like two mats overlayed) and then a thicker frame -- I have never had anything professionally framed before and was blown away at all the choices!!
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Bill Catellier
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Beautiful.  
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Karl Wiebe
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Weird it looks fine on my iPad but sideways in the forum on the PC. Computers are hard. Here is a (hopefully) correctly-oriented pic.

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Marc Cheek
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My most recent JB commission framed. I will probably
wait until I get the complete set done and framed before
I find a place to hang them. Two down and two to go!

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Rich Marzullo
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That blue is so appropriate for these FF pieces. Looks really great, Marc! Looking forward to seeing the finished set!
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Marc Cheek
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Thanks Rich! The flash makes it look a bit lighter than
it actually is.
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Flavio Sapha
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The Thing...uh...rocks!
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Peter Martin
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Looks really great with that blue mat.
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Tim O Neill
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Awesome!  Looks great!



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