Float mounting artwork is a great way to present artworks that need a little extra something for display. This includes collage, textiles and fabric based works, odd shapes, anything. Float mounted artwork is one of our favorites because the presentation looks deceptively simple, lending more prominence to the artwork.
Seattle artist and designer Jason Grube's works on paper are perfect candidates for float mount presentation because his art is never boring. Never boring, always demanding, action packed, fun, I could go on. Much of his work exhibited in the last two years has been float mounted simply because the images lose punch if partially covered (which is usually a livable standard). Our gallery of images below will finish explaining the phenomenon. We currently represent Jason in our gallery and have a limited number of original works and prints on hand.