We’re not exaggerating when we call this photo breathtaking. This shot of the Uptown Theater was taken by local photographer Eric Holubow, and is incredibly vivid when seen in person. We wanted to make sure to design a frame layout that complimented the gorgeous architecture of the Uptown Theater, while still keeping the focus on Holubow’s amazing photo. In the photo, you can see that the once beautifully upholstered theater chairs have grown threadbare and dusty over the years. The dusty reddish plum of the fabric contrasts sharply with the ethereal golden glow of the ceiling. We have over 1000 frame options, so we were able to find a frame that had the EXACT coloring and texture of the worn-down upholstery. Our designers then chose a simple white mat accented with a slim tarnished silver fillet that plays off of the silver detailing in both the frame and antique metalwork of the theater. The piece is finished with museum glass to give a crystal clear view of every color and detail.
Close up of the frame and fillet finish.
Close up of Holubow’s photo. See the photographer’s own copy of the image, as well as more of his work –> here.