San Antonio Art Show with Richard Nitschke

Frame Destination customer Richard Nitschke recently held a "hit-and-run" art show in San Antonio, Texas. We'd like to congratulate him on the show and his work, some of which are now part of the permanent archives of the National Library of France. His choice of materials includes Frame Destination's 8-ply mat and 502 wood frames. For large pieces, Richard often uses our stretcher bars.

All of the Richard's pieces in the exhibit are photographs of the Agave plant, which is native to Mexico and the southwest United States. These beautiful and formidable plants have an amazing number of uses, not the least of which is production of high quality tequila!

San Diego Art Show Agave Plants Richard Nitschke

The Agave was described by American historian William H. Prescott in 1843:

William H Prescott The Agave

Check out some of Richard Nitschke's work on his website.

About the author

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Mark Rogers is an amateur photographer and the founder of Frame Destination, Inc. In 2004 Mark realized the framing industry was not keeping up with the evolution of photography via new digital technology and started Frame Destination in his garage. Now his company has thousands of do-it-yourself framing customers across the US that it helps with its 11,000 square feet production facility in Dallas, TX.

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