Traditionally Batiks are framed in what is called top mounting. Meaning that the Batik fabric rests on top of the matte so the fabric’s rough edges are visible. A problematic issue with this type of mounting is you must use glue or something to attach the fabric to the matte board. These glue marks can quite often be seen through the fabric— not so pretty. Using this new design solution solves that problem.
Cindy can offer this same solution to her customers and she can recommend framers she worked with. She stands ready to help customers after the purchases of Batiks whether it’s framing customarily, treating it like a standard canvas, or trying a beautiful new way to display your artwork.