Quarter-sawn white oak was used to produce Marin style frames for a New York artist. The artwork is a series of watercolors, which could be described as studies, and are simple and elegant works, which the frames were designed to compliment. The collection consists of ten watercolors. Half received a large frame size, with sand dollar mats; and the other half, in a smaller frame size, received a museum mount with fillets. All works were archivally fitted and given UV-protective glass. This is a great example where we worked in collaboration with our client, making frames to work within a narrow style constraint, while still adding some character.