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This charming art gallery and custom-framing shop enriches and preserves treasured artwork with a selection of more than 2,000 molding samples. Consult with the seasoned staff about the best options for displaying the piece, whether it's a two-dimensional watercolor or a three-dimensional relic, such as a trophy or hunk of cheese. Decorate a favorite 8"x10" photo with UV glass, acid-free backing, and 1/2" basic black frame ($57 without mat) and add a 2" acid-free mat ($93 with mat) or other upgrade options, including ornate frames, fabric mats, and edible glass. Before committing to a preservation plan, the friendly framing experts use Picture It First software to create a digital rendering of the project.

173 N College Ave
Fort Collins,
CO
US

The museum at Old Town's former post office doesn't just exhibit art?it is art. Built in the Second Renaissance Revival style favored during its construction, the building was entered in the National Registry of Historic Places for its iconic architecture and complete lack of vampire bats. It's been the home of the Fort Collins Museum of Art since 1990, and in that time has housed original and specially commissioned works by contemporary artists. The museum has also celebrated historical greats with exhibits from the likes of Ansel Adams and Andy Warhol.

201 S College Ave
Fort Collins,
CO
US