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Ray Street Custom Framing owner Michelle Robinson stuffs her store with one-of-a-kind picture holders. Cosset a canvas in Peruvian-leather or hand-forged metal mouldings ($40–$100/foot), or opt for a basic black-wood frame ($10/foot) to shelter a particularly eye-catching parking ticket. Prices vary, but $100 can usually get a basic 11”x14” frame with a single mat and glass, a 16”x20” frame with glass but no mat, or an imaginary frame with a zillion invisible mats. A trained artist herself, Robinson hosts a stop on the Ray at Night Art Walk on the second Saturday of every month, showcasing work by local artists that she has custom-framed.

3436 Ray St
San Diego,
CA
US

A custom picture frame shop that offers customers the option of saving time and money by doing the labor portion of the frame job themselves.

5523 Clairemont Mesa Blvd
San Diego,
CA
US

The framing technicians at Tony's Picture Framing know that keepsakes are often as fragile as they are precious. That’s why they draw from years of professional experience to preserve and protect photos, paintings, and 3D mementos with thousands of different framing and matting combinations. While their computerized cutters stencil out mats with robotic precision, pro photographers edit and resize digital pictures before encircling them with metal and varnished wood. In addition to enshrining flat paintings and photos, framers protect sports memorabilia, wedding dresses, and medals with plexiglass shadowboxes, or prepare canvases for landscapes and Baroque portraits of a toga-clad family dog with stretching services.

7354 Trade St
San Diego,
CA
US