We all know that the one thing that fares worst on a boat
is paper. It's hydroscopic and it softens, wrinkles, and generally does not have a good time.
I'd like to hang some pictures in my boat
and and would like to hear what strategies people have used to:
a) Protect the framed contents from moisture as best as possible. In my long past youth I worked in a frame shop so I have a better than average sense of what can be done materials and construction wise, but then again I never framed anything going on a boat so I don't have any applicable real-world experience.
b) Hang pictures by a method that does as little "damage" to the surface, such as a wood
bulkhead, but also is secure in a seaway.
One obvious strategy for the first is to simply not hang works on paper, but I'm curious people here have a solution for paper that works. Among other things, I have a crayon drawing of a school
that one of my daughters did when she was small that I would love to hang if I can find a way to protect it.
Thanks a bunch!