Thoughts on framing for a NPO show?
I've been asked to provide a series a prints for a regional non-profit organization (NPO) as part of their fund raising efforts. They are a really good group and not only will this provide some added exposure, but it's a truly worthy cause. Since I'll be donating the framed prints and doing the work myself, cost and time are a consideration. Prints will range in size with a max of 24 x 36.
There are a few other points worth contemplating. Unlike my private clients where I offer a variety of framing options/costs, the circumstances preclude this. I'd like to have the prints appear as professional as possible and yet not break the bank. While I have some control in setting suggested sales price, minimums, etc. the NPO has the ultimate say. Subject matter includes a variety of landscapes, sports, and portraits.
Suggested options? I've used Framedestination in the past for some gallery shows and in many ways it appears to be a cost effective option. Yet, I am struggling with the cost/quality issue. Specific guidance would be appreciated. Thanks.
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