A 'Floater' frame is basically an L shaped piece of moulding that can only be used when
working with a canvas because it has no lip to support glass like a traditional frame. When using a floater
frame, the moulding is cut to a size slightly larger than the canvas and then the artwork is
lowered into the frame and secured with screws from the back. This creates the illusion of
'floating' inside the frame because there is a small gap left between the edge of the moulding
and the artwork. This gap can vary in size depending on the desired finished look.
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