To make quick work of the task of hanging your new art, we’ve compiled some helpful guidelines to follow so you can get to enjoying your vacation a lot sooner!
Hanging your artwork with precision, rather than by-eye, not only gives your collection a more polished look, but it is also more naturally appealing to rest your eyes on even lines and square angles.
At the gallery, we use 60″, the height of average eye-level from the floor to the center point of your artwork to hang our work. Heights vary, and so for optimal viewing of your collection, you may need to adjust the measurement to your own comfort.
An alternative way to hang artwork without using a wire on the back of the painting is to use D-rings and angled wall hangers.
For this method, you install the two D-rings into the back of the painting, making sure they are level with each other.
Then, using the measuring methods described above to figure out the ideal placement of the angled wall hangers. Make sure to measure the distance between the two D-rings on the back of the painting for the distance of the two angled wall hooks as well as the correct height for the painting.