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Frame De Art is Our Hero
Frame De Art, owned by Brian Hart, is currently one of the largest non-chain frame stores in Colorado. They frame for companies and clients of all types, including the local universities, major sports teams and athletes in Colorado, the Governor, and Denver's Mayor Hancock.
Be Limitless with FrameWorks
FrameWorks is owned and operated by Christine Sweeny and Claire Lardner, both Certified Picture Framers. For more than 20 years, FrameWorks has provided professional custom framing solutions and design services to galleries, public and private art collections, artists, businesses, hotels, and residential clients.
Rising to the Highest Level with The Frame Workshop of Appleton
Husband and wife, John and Sarah Ranes, first opened The Frame Workshop of Appleton, Inc. in September 1978 as a DIY and Custom frame shop, but slowly diversified into some gifts and home décor items in the 1980’s. Today the business is a strong mix of custom framing, gifts, home décor and European Christmas décor supported with a strong Online presence since 2001. Creative custom framing has always dominated their business image as they won their first framing completion awards in New Orleans in 1981. That stimulated entering and winning and learning as they have accumulated over 100+ awards since then, taking framing awards in the UK and Australia as well.
Getting the Complete Picture with Nate Stout
Complete Pictures Inc. manager, Nate Stout, affirms "I am excited for every piece that comes into our showroom because it gives us an opportunity to connect with another person on a very intimate level. In effect, I am being invited to view another person’s passions and how they would wish to express them in their most personal spaces. This human connection is why I fell in love with framing and curation in the first place."