Frame Trick to Try: The Triptych

Frame Trick to Try: The Triptych

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Jennifer Hunter
Jun 27, 2015
(Image credit: Liana Hayles Newton)

Want to truly make your art pop? Triple it. Let's not overthink it; while triptychs are technically one image, separated into three parts, we think three related images hung in tandem works just as well. However you decide to do it, three > one. Need proof? These tours all took advantage of the power of three to transform their art. See how they did it.

Large maps are popular triptych subjects as they lend themselves to long spaces.

Lloyd and Michael used similar, but different shades in their triple collection.

Both Emily and Irving and Timothy used neutral, understated art, but upped its impact by hanging in threes.

Well, will you try the triptych?

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