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Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of art supplies
- $89 for $200 worth of custom framing<p>
The shop’s selection of art supplies ranges from packages of oil pastels ($2.85) to easels ($185). Custom frames and framing services include 22”x28” ready-made frames ($37.50–$51.50), 30”x40” mats ($25.54–$39.69), and fitting services ($35+).<p>
Lake View Art Supply
Lake View Art Supply's staff of enthusiastic artists channels knowledge accumulated over 20 years in business and a passion for creation to direct patrons toward the ideal aesthetic tools. The shop was founded when the owners began discussing the inconvenience of going downtown to obtain art supplies and the dangers of carrying red paint past bovine crossing guards. Goods from brands including Louvre and Liquitex parade along gleefully crowded shelves, and a variety of easels, watercolors, and sketching supplies brings up the rear. Shop services have expanded over the years to include custom framing, information about local art classes, and guidance as to which Three Stooges film is making the Mona Lisa smile. Proud parents of paintings unveil works alongside pieces from other local artists inside the Lake View Art Supply gallery.
92% of 286 customers recommend
“No tips, but I thought the service was excellent and the work was skillfully done. ”
“Wonderfully friendly owner. Items available for serious and amateur creative types alike. As an amateur, I loved the "kits" pulled together for projects such as water...”
“Wonderfully friendly owner. Items available for serious and amateur creative types alike. As an amateur, I loved the "kits" pulled together for projects such as water painting. Kid friendly crafts there too.”
“They don't have everything for the graphic design person, more for the fine artist. But I found some useful things there and what I really needed elsewhere.”