I am an artist. I've taken my paintings to so many places that my frames have shown the wear and tear that comes from loading them in and out of the car.
Corners were chipped, Scratched, had dings and chipped paint.
There had to be a different way.
Fine Art Sacks are the solution to that problem.
from the beginning
where we are now
As an artist who takes my art to many art shows per month, I was always packing and unpacking, moving and hanging, taking down and storing art.
Without an abundance of storage space for bubble and boxes, it became cumbersome to maneuver the number of pieces that needed to be moved, shifted, swapped out, hung or taken down at any given time.
The result was that my frames were getting scratched and dinged, chipped and damaged in the process. There had to be a better way! Bubble was unwieldy, boxes collapse under weight, or, when piled one onto the other. And they took up so much space to store when not in use! There had to be a better way!
I made the first few Sacks to store unused frames and then realized that I could also use them for transporting my art. Then I realized that they were great for stacking, great for transporting, great for storing, easy to grab, and I didn't need to take up so much time figuring out which (Box) or (Bubble) went with which painting.
After doing extensive research into what was out there, I realized that no one had a solution that was versatile and practical.
That's when I decided to do it myself. I made first just 2 or 3, then 10 or 15 and then when I needed more, I made more.
Then people saw them as I dropped off my art and when I picked up my art, and then they wanted them.
Fine Art Sack is the result of that process.
We now have several items for you to see. Five sizes, a rainbow of colors; after all, art is all about color, lots of color!! I could have a million sizes and a million colors, but let's not get carried away.
First, the sacks themselves. We now have a full variety of sizes, from very small that will fit a 5 x 7 painting/art and its frame, all the way up to a painting of about 36 x 40 and its frame.
Each one comes with a closure that consists of one or more safety pins and stretchy strings. Depending on the size of the sack, you will get either one closure or two. For the very largest Sack, you will receive three closures. What's so special about that? They clasp onto the flap, and then down onto the body of the sack.
I suggest that you always use the safety pin on the BACK side of your art so that it never touches your paintings.
Done! If you purchase the Dry Erase Labels, You can attach them and get yourself a dry erase pen. Write whatever works for you onto the label.
You're done. Ready to roll. It's that easy, that simple.
Need extra closures? You can now purchase sets of closures in even numbers, of course, in case you need 2 per Sack.
So, that's where we are now.
Of course, this is an evolving process, so we will live and learn, evolve, and have something of value to keep your most precious commodity safe...
FINE ART SACKS.
Legal Stuff: We make no claims to prevent or lessen either potential damage, previous, current, or, future damage, to either your frames or artwork. Our Fine Art Sacks can help, but only you can prevent any and all damage. Fine Art Sack will not be held liable or responsible for any claims, and will be held free of any charges, as to damage, breakage, scratching, chipping or dings on your artwork or frames, past, present, or future, which might occur after purchase of our products. Please note; we want to help but we cannot and are not claiming to keep your art and frames safe and sound. No such claims against Fine Art Sack products will be entertained, and, your purchase of these products is your acknowledgement and agreement with these statements, and your release that you will not make any such claims and will hold Fine Art Sack harmless from any and all damages.