Magazine article Art Business News , Vol. 28, No. 9
PARAMUS, N.J.--The Franklin Mint, one of the world's largest collectible companies, recently featured some of their in-house and freelance artists' works at the Renaissance 2001 Art Show at The Franklin Mint Museum in Media, Pa. Many of these artistic works were flamed with Nielsen Bainbridge moulding and matboards, through a contribution made available to artists participating in this distinguished show.
Renaissance 2001, a juried art show, created an opportunity for the general public to see the personal works of Franklin Mint's international artists including sculptors, illustrators, painters, photographers and designers. Each work was assessed on the basis of integrity, creativity and excellence. The juried selections were then reviewed by two judges, Kimberly Camp, executive director of the Barnes Foundation, and Professor Michael Rossman, co-chair of the Foundation Program of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
A number of the pieces in the show were framed with Nielsen profiles and Bainbridge matboards. Artists participating in the show were given the opportunity to select metal profiles and Artcare matboards that would best enhance and protect their pieces. …