With another beautiful PPFA International Framing Competition in the rear view mirror, and winners honored at the recent PPFA Convention in Las Vegas—it’s time to move on to the 2019-2020 Competition, where you can win cash prizes, ribbons, and great PR for your framing business.

The new PRINT -- “Making Art is my Guilty Pleasure” -- is fractal art printed on translucent vellum, created with a computer by Richard Cryer. The 5-x-7 inch image on 8.5-x-11 inch paper, costing $40, may be framed horizontally or vertically and the translucent nature of the vellum allows for textures and colors to be seen through the substrate. The new PRINT is sponsored by The Great Frame Up/Franchise Concepts. Inc.

PRINT sales got underway at the Convention and you can also order online at ppfa.com.

And/Or you can enter the OPEN category, letting your imagination run wild! Showcase a special, favorite framing project, where the possibilities are almost limitless, and you choose the image or object to frame.

The top 50 pieces from the initial digital round will be invited to compete at the WCAF Expo in Las Vegas (held at the Rio in 2020) and winners will be celebrated at a Competition Reception.

The PRINT and OPEN 1st place winner will be featured on the cover of Picture Framing Magazine and winners will also be honored in the PPFA CONNECT newsletter and on the PPFA Framers Corner.

Submissions for the initial round get underway on April 1 and the final deadline to enter is midnight July 31, 2019.

For more information, visit www.ppfa.com.

Any questions, email competition@ppfa.com.




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