What You'll Get
Pictures propped against walls, crammed in closets, or carried away by picture-thieving magpies can't be beheld. Increase art visibility with today's Groupon: for $39, you get $100 toward custom framing at Ferrante Picture Framing.
Ferrante Picture Framing employs 40+ years of experience to provide custom, four-cornered care for art, memorabilia, and portraits. Traditional framing services envelop 2-D treasures in a handsome package custom-designed to enhance the colours and shape of your art for maximum wall-mounted glory. A 13"x17" photo frame can feature handsome preserving options such as conservation glass, acid-free matting, dry mounting, and fitting ($99.95). Ferrante also offers custom object framing for a variety of valuables, from military and sports medals to favorites albums and vacation souvenirs.
All picture framing is done in-store, with free pickup and delivery available. Though not included in today's Groupon, Ferrante is also an authorized dealer for several local Ontario artists, whose original pieces can be seen around the store, making adjacent unfilled frames jealous. Free parking is also available behind the shop.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid on custom framing only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ferrante Picture Framing
The dedicated framers at Ferrante Picture Framing draw on more than 40 years of experience as they outfit works by Ontario artists James Lumbers, Trisha Romance, and George Upper as well as personal photographs and mementos with frames of all shapes and styles. Wood, metal, and matting accent the edges of posters and paintings in picture sandwiches protected by glass; display cases can commemorate a retired licence plate or a toddler's dinner plate scraped clean of its vegetables. Staffers can also create pop art pieces that transform ordinary photos into masterpieces more Warholian than Marilyn Monroe in a tub of Campbell’s tomato soup.