Framing protects art from damage and art from causing damage, ensuring you'll never again wake to find Whistler's Mother rocking silently at the foot of your bed. Keep night terrors at bay with today's Groupon: for $45, you get $110 worth of custom framing at the Art of Framing, tucked away in the historic Estey Tavern building in Middleton.
The Art of Framing preserves paintings, photography, needlework, memorabilia, and more, shielding clients' artifacts in fortified suits of wood-and-glass armor. All of the critical materials used are acid free and constructed in-house. Several custom frames begin at $100, and customers can choose from three types of glass—regular, conservation (with UV protection), and museum, which boasts a crystal glare-free appearance, protection from UV rays, and lasers designed to decimate cat burglars. Nestled within Estey Tavern, the frame shop's abode was built in 1753, making it the possible site of a framed finger-painting exhibit from a 10-year old Thomas Jefferson.
2 South Main St.
Middleton, Massachusetts 01949Get Directions