No, our client is not crooked. However, his artwork was and he asked Dana, our shop manager, if she could frame it in a very unorthodox way: With a crooked frame that mimicked the art's odd shape. Dana said she would give it a shot. Figuring out the angles to join the frame segments together was a bit challenging, but she pulled it off.
The frame is 17 1/4 x 23 1/8 in size and is made from Larson-Juhl 613674 Cranbrook Ebonized Walnut. It is glazed with Tru-Vue Optium Museum Acrylic, since we could not use glass due to the odd angles at which we would have had to cut it. Also, we wanted a glazing that was clear, anti-reflective, u/v protective and scratch resistant. Optium Museum Acrylic is all those things, though costlier than even museum glass, but well worth it.
Frame designed and executed by Dana L.Fisher, MCPF
Art by Alpha Lubicz
Framed art photos shown by kind permission of Troy Klyber.