It is through art and art only that we can realize our perfection; through frames and frames only that we can shield our art from the sordid perils of actual existence. Confine your precious pieces with today's Groupon: for $35, you get $100 worth of custom framing services at Ann Jackson Gallery in historical Roswell.
Ann Jackson Gallery is a trusted, family-owned business that took root in 1971 and continues to impress patrons with top-notch framing services. The sure-handed wood geometrists at Ann Jackson design and craft handsome custom frames that flawlessly complement works of any media, whether oil, acrylic, hand-embellished digital, photographic, or glue-stippled and covered in centaur fur. Custom framing prices vary depending on each client's choice of materials, mat, size, and glass type, but molding generally falls between $3 per foot to $60 per foot.
During your waiting period, you'll be free to check out the gallery's diverse collection of local, national, and international artists, from fine paintings to sculptures and serigraphs. Current collections include the art of Dr. Seuss and the surrealist cartoonscapes of Markus Pierson.
Though the Ann Jackson Gallery hasn't been reviewed for its framing services, four Insider Pagers give the gallery an average of four stars:
Ann Jackson Gallery
Sparks of inspiration can flare into big ideas, as evidenced by Ann Jackson’s zeal for art, which led to her opening a namesake gallery in historic Roswell in 1971. Initially an exhibit space for works from local, national, and international artists, Ann Jackson Gallery today provides a number of interior-decoration services for homes and commercial buildings, such as custom framing and art consultation and restoration. Now helmed by her three daughters, Ann Jackson Gallery maintains a colorful collection of artwork with a specialization in fine oils, including pieces by Ann Jackson herself. The gallery is also one of a few galleries in the world licensed to represent the art of Dr. Seuss, helping customers achieve the American dream of a sneetch on every wall.