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Featured: Jenna Smith



Floating allows each feature of the artwork to stand out, including the edges of the paper. This is perfect for works with deckled or torn edges and intricate details, as it presents the work in a simplistic, stylish setting with minimal interference to the artwork. 

A natural border of about 50mm is visible, with a background colour mat colour selected to compliment the paper. Box frames are most commonly used to create enough space to float the paper whilst keeping it separate from the glass.