Monday, November 22, 2010


What a difference a frame can make for our paintings...this one in particular, is my very favorite...if it doesn't sell, it has a home, that's right here in the miller house! my husband richard was very busy off and on for the last 2 weeks, making these beautiful frames for my paintings!


  1. WOW! Yes, your paintings are even MORE awesome in their gorgeous frames. How great that your dh is so talented too.

  2. oh, don't sell your favorite!! you'll regret it!! keep it!! i have a few that i refuse to let go of, and it doesn't have to do with the time involved. some are just more special than others.

    you and richard just keep getting better and better. what a team you make!! these paintings POP with the frames..looks perfect!

    i have been looking at framing now for weeks..or months, probably. it gets the best of me..all those sizes and then mats and openings..will it fit? ugh. and know how i hate math. heehee i usually end up closing my browser, and forgetting it for another day. just can't wrap my head around it, but you are inspiring me. i have GOT to order some. of course, they won't be as nice as yours..but, gotta start somewhere. lol

  3. oh my... could your paintings get any more beautiful? framed to absolute perfection! i am completely knocked out over here... just more than gorgeous.

  4. & she was

  5. Gorgeous,what a difference a frame makes. I really have to start framing mine. What a blessing that your husband make them.

  6. How can they not sell?

    I must say, I've noticed your frames before, and he does fine work!

    (so do you)

  7. I got such a chuckle out of visualizing Richard cringing when you grabbed the steel wool. I hope he likes the distressed look. LOL I LOVE goes very well with your artwork.

    I have heard about thrifty shops for frames just recently..on someone's blog..I forget who wrote about it now. I will definitely have to check it out.