DMSF Golf Flag Frame
A client of ours at the Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund (we work with a lot of non-profits) brought in a golf flag for us to frame that is a donor gift. Below is a picture of the finished frame and some details of the job:
The frame used is one of Larson-Juhl's newest collections: Hudson River, a collection of mouldings that are American in their origins during the late 19th century. The frame used is an antiqued silver 1 3/4" wide. Glass is regular (to keep the cost down) and the matting on top is Crescent 9853 Bruxelles, a faux linen. The flag is floated against Crescent 9811 Putty. There is a glass spacer in the frame and a foam core backing board.
Framing designed and executed by Julie Kotulak.
Images shown by kind permission of A. Freund with the Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund.
Photos by Brian D. Flax, CPF