I’m always in search of the most distinctive, exquisite products to truly elevate your pet portraits and your wall décor so when I caught a glimpse of some new luxury frame finishes and premium print options available exclusively through one of my labs, I just knew they needed a spot in my product guide. They are truly something special! So special, in fact, that I decided they needed their own wall art category to fully appreciate them for their beauty and uniqueness.
And that’s where Bark & Gold Photography’s new gallery line of wall art comes in.
Signature Line vs. GalleryLine
Since launching my business, signature wall art has been a “main event” product, and rest assured, those pieces aren’t going anywhere, but with these new options truly standing so far apart from the OGs, lumping them all together just didn’ t sit right with me. (Hellooogallery line!)
So, what exactly differentiates the signature line from the gallery line?
Essentially, the signature line will continue to include several favorites you know and love—namely artisan wood, framed canvases, and traditional framed prints—while the gallery line will now include my wildly popular barnwood frames, unique barnwood rounds, and stunning deckled edge framed prints (with optional—get this—gold leaf edges).
These gallery line prints and frames are truly next-level! With the most beautiful archival fine art paper and an optional decked edge, your pup’s portraits will never have to look so elegant. The hand-torn edge brings a natural-looking, artisanal feel that separates it from other papers, making decked edge prints perfect if you crave something unmatched in quality and uniqueness.
Related: Frame It in Barnwood
A Focus on Framing
A larger focus on higher-end details, picture-perfect craftsmanship, and authentic, made-in-the-USA woods that you can only get through me as your pet photographer are all the keystones of this new gallery line. Frames will feature hand-milled white oak instead of bleached oak, plastic, or fabricated frames that are dwindling due to supply chain issues. Gallery line frames will always be genuine hardwood and American handmade.
Perhaps most intriguing is the history of these frames bring. Each is sourced from wood that is roughly a century old! This wood brings an antiquity that’s proving to be harder and harder to find as more barns are being replaced with steel, so these frames are the ones that are going to be extremely rare as the years go by. While this makes the sourcing of materials more challenging, its rarity also provides an offering that is unique to your wall art.
From traditional craftsman wood frames to modern minimalist styles, there are plenty of high-end options available to fit any aesthetic or décor. Each frame is built with high-quality materials to ensure durability and longevity so you can invest in pieces with the confidence that they will look gorgeous for years to come.
Related: Barnwood Rounds: A Beautiful Farmhouse-Inspired Addition to Your Walls
A Luxurious Way to Elevate Your Space
Bark & Gold Photography’s line of gallery wall art pieces offers a unique and stunning way to showcase your most beloved pet portraits while elevating the space in which they’re displayed. From premium authentic hardwood frames that boast authenticity and a rich history to archival-quality fine art prints, each piece exudes a sense of warmth, authenticity, and style that adds a touch of elegance and undeniable charm to your home. With their museum-quality craftsmanship and vibrant colors captured in beautiful detail, these wall art options command attention throughout your home, making them conversation starters sure to bring endless joy to everyone who sees them.
Is wall art from this new gallery line calling your name? Let’s chat about which piece would be the perfect addition to your home! Choose your adventure below to begin.
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