Micah Cash “Unclaimed Space” at the William Benton Museum of Art

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Micah Cash “Unclaimed Space” at the William Benton Museum of Art
Watts Bar, Chatuge, and Tims Ford
Wheeler and Douglas
Barkley and Fort Loudoun

"I wanted to send you a few installation images from the MFA Thesis exhibition. The photos look great in the frames, and I've received plenty of compliments on the frames themselves. Thank you for continuing the make such a wonderful product."

Micah is more knowledgeable about framing than most MFA students. We first met Micah at the Baltimore Museum of Art when we did an interview with him and Rena Hoisington, the BMA Curator & Department Head of the Department of Prints, Drawings, & Photographs. At the time Micah was the BMA Conservation Technician for Paper and was working on the  "Print by Print: Series from Dürer to Lichtenstein" exhibition.

Nothing brightens are day more than getting exhibition shots and kind words from our customers. Our business is making exhibition frames. When we get photos like this it reminds us why we like doing what we do so much. Thank you Micah!


"Unclaimed Space"
April 8 - May 11, 2014"
The William Benton Museum of Art


Profile: 102 ultra thin
Wood: Maple
Finish: 17 Rising White


Thin Profile: 102
Type: thin gallery frame
Wood & Finish: maple wood frame with white opaque finish
Purchasing Option: joined wood frame with splines
Custom Wood Spacer: 1/2" wood frame spacer
Custom Wood Strainer: 3/4" wood frame strainer
Framing Advice: fitting gallery frames