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How to Frame Artwork & Other Picture Framing Questions - Ask Mike


Ask Mike about picture framing at American Frame


Have questions? Mike has the answers!

Mike Cromly, our resident expert,  is here ready to take your questions about how to frame artwork. Ask any question you might have about framing including materials, framing techniques, tools, mat boards, measuring, mounting, using linen liners, hanging or wiring.

Find tutorials at Mike’s blog, call 800-774-7793 or email him at askmike@americanframe.com. He will work with you individually, then archive the information on our site for others to share. We hope you will take advantage of his expertise.

So, who’s Mike?
Mike is our Plant Manager. Once your order is placed it’s in Mike’s hands via the many people he has trained over his 35+ years with the company. A natural teacher, he loves to tinker and experiment. Of course he has a nice office but we rarely find him there. Working in the plant and improving our processes is still his passion. Outside of American Frame, Mike is an outdoorsman, avid fisherman, devoted family man and Ohio State Buckeye fan.

For additional information, check out our Framing and Printing related articles page.There you will find in-depth articles for the novice and pro alike.
 

 

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