Archival Fine Art
Photographic mounting and fine art mounting protects and displays your work in a clean minimalist way and is great for exhibitions with impact, allowing viewers to focus on the work.
Choose the Substrate
Archival Art Mounting is a process where your artwork is fixed to a substrate (backing) using a dry, non-corrosive sheet of glue. It results in your art sitting flat, and it can be fixed to the wall like this, or then put into a frame.
As a really cost effective option, battens work by using two corresponding strips of angled wood - one mounted to the back of the substrate and another to the wall - which slot together.
Subframes are light, strong and are hung on screws, making them extremely versatile.
Velcro makes mounting fast and simple. A popular choice for temporary exhibition use and light substrates such as card, Foamboard and Foamex.
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