April 2015

Chic for Cheap: DIY STYLE

ArtToFrames - April 23, 2015

Artwork is the foreground for setting up an inviting space and making it your own. Artwork is the foreground for setting up an inviting space and making it your own. Yet, creating your own artwork can often take up loads of time and tremendous effort, while purchasing art can get pricey pretty quickly. No worries! We’ve got your solution. You’ll be surprised to know that …

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How to Feature Art in Your Home

ArtToFrames - April 22, 2015

10 Ways to Showcase Art in Your Home Need some ideas when it comes to hanging your artwork? Look no further! We’ve got your Guide right here. 1. Choose Decor Staring with your Art Allow your artwork to serve as the focal point for creating a truly special space that centers from the piece itself. Pull inspiration from the different splashes of color in your …

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Say I Do, Art To Frames Style.

ArtToFrames - April 16, 2015
Say I do

Months of romantic evenings out, thoughtful planning, enthusiastic cake tasting— All leading up to that magical moment you’ve been waiting for your entire life. Yet, after you’ve danced that final dance, and the dress and tux have been tucked away, you’re left with some of the greatest memories ever collected…. and piles and piles of photographs. Hundreds of images of you and your new spouse …

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Become a Better Photographer: 10 Tips & Tricks for turning you into a Pro

ArtToFrames - April 16, 2015
Photo Tips

“A photographer is just a man with a camera if he doesn’t have inspiration to fuel his work.” Becoming a better photographer isn’t about carrying around the most expensive equipment or the years of experience under your belt. It’s about practice, practice, practice. We know you’ve heard that one before, but it’s the truth. It’s about taking chances, following sparks of inspiration, and looking out …

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Travel The World with us: Places That Tell Stories

ArtToFrames - April 16, 2015

  Welcome to Okinawa, Japan: A breathtaking group of islands weaving in and out between the four main islands of Japan and Taiwan, its meaning a reflection of its namesake. The locals refer to it as, “Rope in the open sea” because of the way it stretches in and out of coral reef and for the gleaming azure waters that surround the islands. Alluring and …

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Mile… Mile & a Half Documentary – A Must-Watch For Nature Photography Enthusiasts!

ArtToFrames - April 12, 2015

Mile… Mile & a Half is a 2013 documentary that follows five friends as they hike California’s historic John Muir Trail, a 211-mile stretch from Yosemite to Mt. Whitney (the highest peak in the contiguous U.S.). What makes this film so special is the fact that in addition to all sharing an enthusiasm for nature the five hikers are all highly talented artists who managed …

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