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Reworking my grandmother's embroidery

I have several pieces of embroidery from my grandmother that I’ve recently reframed, and one that I repaired.

These three cross stitch pieces were either not framed at all or framed in very plain wood without borders. 139 more words


Framing Painting for Upcoming Show

I had entered one of my paintings, “After Dinner”, in a show down in Houston, and received word a few days ago that it was accepted. 89 more words



By the Practical Artist


Framing fine art can enhance the overall appeal of a piece of artwork; unfortunately, if you don’t frame your art wisely a poor framing job can ultimately ruin the appeal of the painting or photograph altogether.   689 more words

Uncertainty and probability

There is nothing more mentally taxing than uncertainty. Having many possible outcomes means a huge mental burden, each taking up precious working memory and reducing our capacity for productive work and… 314 more words


Reducing mental burden

The entire self-help industry is run on strategies to decrease mental burden, so I don’t really want to rehash techniques here. But I wanted to comment on… 751 more words


Framing Crime: Cultural Criminology and the Image

Framing Crime: Cultural Criminology and the Image

In some sort of by which marketing photographs of offense and deviance proliferate, where every element of problem is shown in a ‘vast area of mirrors’, Framing Crime: Cultural Criminology and the Image is practical of the significantly fuz… #, #Crime, #Criminology, #Cultural, #Framing, #Image… 9 more words

Dirt, Grass and some Hay

Grass and hay might not seem very exciting unless you are a farm animal or have had dirt as a yard for 6 months… so we are very excited! 124 more words