Priaia Piquinia 28/08/10 12h20 by Christian Chaize, and I purchased it from 20x200. I painted the one of the left. It's a French translation of some of the lyrics of "The Summer Wind," the perfect song to accompany the photograph. I discovered the song through a version by Madeleine Peyroux. These are triple matted in the most perfect colors.
Lover's Lane in Los Angeles, and it was slightly too small. So, my mom pumped it up with wide matting and a larger frame. She picked out a frame that is edged in black to match the lacquer of the piano without going overboard.
144 Empty Parking Lots on the left/right and Every Outdoor Basketball Court in Manhattan by Jenny Odell. I purchased both of these on 20x200 as well. The colors in the bathroom are gray and black, and I eventually want all of the bathroom to have this sort of sharp black aesthetic. I should've taken a zoomed in shot of the moulding. It's a cool, almost metallic looking frame.
There are a few more framing projects in the works as well as some that won't come out without better lighting, and I'll share those when they're done