When it comes to hanging pictures and artwork, there is nothing that is really complex about hanging them. Sometimes, it is someone who does not really want to hang the pictures in the first place, but they had good intentions. Often times, this will lead to the picture needing to be repositioned multiple times and this will result in several nail holes around the hook where the picture was being held. 

There are also times when a picture is posted in a particular spot because that is where the last hooks were positioned. Even if someone did not really want the picture to be positioned in a particular spot, it will stay in the spot because the hooks are already in place. Unfortunately, pictures can be positioned too high.

Unless pictures and artwork are being positioned above one's fireplace, there should be no need to look up at a picture or artwork. You want to be able to look into the artwork you placed on the wall instead of holding your head up to look at it. When hanging pictures and artwork on a wall, we encourage you to imagine yourself as an artist.

If you were working on a painting, would you position your easel so high that you would have to hold our head up and reach your arms up to paint? If you do not carefully hang your artwork on the walls, you could be missing out on an opportunity to create a sense of calm and harmony. If you do not position your artwork appropriately it can feel as if your environment is incomplete. 

At Systematic Art, we have picture hanging systems that can help you effectively hang your artwork, Our picture hanging systems are durable and flexible enough to allow you to showcase the artwork in your museum, gallery, home, office, etc. For more information on how to accurately hang pictures or our picture hanging systems, please do not hesitate to contact us today.