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Framed in identical white mats with ID tags at the base and arranged along a neutral wall, these scribbled sketches attain gallery status. The cohesive frame and hanging treatments, plus the similarity of the works, creates the feel of a triptych.
Sometimes the opposite route makes the most sense: displaying paintings, sketches and photos on a gallery wall, with no common thread except the fact that you love them. This is a great strategy for merging kids' art into a grouping of adult works, which boosts its presence and brings the collection down to earth.
The mudroom is the first point of entry for a lot of kids, so mount their prized artwork where they can see it right away. Choosing a variety of frames in a single color, though varying their visual weight, ties the potpourri of pieces together.
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