I love painting on paper, in acrylic with mixed media. I'll never stop producing these - I love to see the effects of paint on paper! I've shown in my shop page some beautiful presentations that are possible for framed artwork for your wall. I've shown visualizations for several of the works on paper listed on the shop page, to see framing suggestions. For my contemporary acrylics on paper I prefer light colored mats and frames, a minimal style in the frames. A float frame is a beautiful treatment for these as well, and I've done my own float framing.
See the Shop page for the available work on paper. The images which show framed artwork on paper are for a visualization only, a suggestion of how the work can look. One exception is where the painting is sold as shown, framed (price is $450. inclusive). I'd love to hear some thoughts on how the visualizations help (or not!). And keep in mind I'd love to create paintings on paper in your custom color palette, to accent your room. Custom sizes up to 30" x 22" are possible. Or, huge paintings from roll paper can be created; the smallest dimension is 55". So conceivably a painting 55" x 55", or one size 55" x 110" (or longer) can be created. For these huge paintings on paper I have framing suggestions which are not your typical mat and frame.
A fresh sheet of artist paper, gessoed and ready is always an inspiration in itself; I've never had the fear of starting on nice white expanse of paper!
There's a look in my finished work that's fresh and unrestrained. I think these look great in most rooms, as a grouping or as singles. A pop of color, a pleasing composition, something light and contemporary . . .like a great champagne or something effervescent. Kidding aside, the only room I wouldn't hang works on paper is a bathroom; there's too much steam and moisture in that environment that could affect the framing, the backing or the painting.
I've tried several brands and I really prefer an Italian product over any others: it's linen-textured, it stands up to the markmaking and distressing I sometimes put the painting through. This paper comes in large sheets, 30" x 22", which I usually cut or tear carefully in half, so the paper is an exact rectangle. When torn the edges are deckled or rough appearing, and are part of the beauty of paper . . . for myself, I think there's a lot of translucence, light and freshness in these works on paper.