With its team of dedicated writers and interest in community involvement, Brava Magazine delivers fashion, personality profiles, and in-depth feature articles to Madison-area women. Articles spotlight standout organizations and cover career and finance advice, beauty and style tips, and health and fitness topics. The magazine also delves typography-first into the local restaurant scene, scoping out palate-pleasing places for any hauntings. Recent in-depth features from Brava's slick pages include interviews with former Wisconsin first lady Jessica Doyle and current first lady Tonette Walker and an article covering public-radio host Jean Feraca.
Each month, a glossy new issue of Madison Magazine arrives in the mailboxes of readers, sharing local stories and events such as a profile of a local band instructor or an upcoming ballet folkl?rico performance. For nearly 35 years, the award-winning publication has filled pages with articles and photographs showcasing the Madison area?s restaurants, businesses, and cultural life. The arts and entertainment section highlights events such as the Madison World Music Festival, and food and dining articles explore new barbecue spots and share recipes that highlight local and seasonal ingredients. In addition to regularly reserving space for subjects such as health and habitat, the magazine turns out once-a-year creations, such as an annual food lover's issue and a Best of Madison Readers? Poll that directs readers toward comfortable coffeehouses and talented theater companies.
With more than 1,000 pieces of pre-framed art and a skilled staff of Certified Professional Framers on board, Madison Art and Framing combines its vast selection and expertise to fulfill the aesthetic needs of each customer. The shop’s sophisticated framing services can enhance any work of art with mats, frames, and glass put together by a crew also skilled at canvas-stretching, repair, and restoration work. During custom-framing consultations, each frame maker works one-on-one with the customer to ensure the work performed is exactly as envisioned, keeping incidences of satisfaction high and Hulk transformations low.
Since 1989, designers and framers at the locally owned and operated The Great Frame Up have covered artwork and photos with thousands of frame and mat combinations and prevented 3-D keepsakes and sports memorabilia from selling themselves on eBay by enshrouding them in shadowboxes and acrylic cases. Framing jobs take place entirely on-site, ensuring a speedy turnaround on projects and a personal guarantee on all craftsmanship. The Great Frame Up’s website offers tips and trends to help customers navigate the process, from choosing frames to hanging and arranging finished pieces.
The Vinery is a stained glass studio in Madison,WI. It is also a teaching studio and has been offering classes for over 25 years. The Vinery carries a great selection of supplies for the hobbyist and offers one of the best selections of classes in the midwest.
Since 1983, Monroe Street Framing has been sheltering frameless photos and works of art from quality-diminishing elements using custom-made molding and an array of framing services. With 43 years of combined preservation practice, the owners and staff possess plenty of creative expertise and craftsmanship to tend to any project, such as framing historic WWII memorabilia, nostalgic sports keepsakes, and dishonest maps. While poster framing can start as low as $35, the average ticket ranges from $150¬–$200 for larger projects. Each custom-framed piece protects family portraits and commemorative space dolphin posters with an intergalactic lifetime guarantee.