What You'll Get
Both a framed work of art and a finicky antique cannon add a lot of personality to a living room at the simple expense of a few holes in the wall. Maximize aesthetics while minimizing structural damage with this Groupon.
$50 for $100 Worth of Framing Services
While perusing a selection of 30 in-stock wooden frames, customers can work with Héctor Puig to select the perfect complement for their piece. Prices vary based on size and the materials used, but this deal should cover stretch canvases as large as 20"x24" (approximately $100). Héctor typically finishes framing orders within one week.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 31, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. Valid in-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Héctor Framing & Gallery
Armed with more than 20 years of framing experience and a lifelong passion for preserving artistic works, Héctor Puig personally helps customers select the perfect display methods for their pieces. Together, they sift through the gallery's selection, which includes wooden and metal frames with matte black, cherry, and antique gold finishes, to name a few. In addition to aesthetically completing a picture or a diploma's presentation, these frames, along with other materials, come in archival varieties for customers who value conservation above all else.
For inspiration, visitors can peruse the gallery's eclectic displays of paintings and sculptures by regional, national, and intergalactic artists. Héctor explained his motivation for continually seeking out these works to the Gainesville Sun in 2005, saying, "I want people to feel like they can come in and see what real art is about, as opposed to feeling like it's something they can't understand." Among these works are pieces from Héctor's personal collection of hand-carved santos de palo figures, which come from his native Puerto Rico and occasionally appear in domestic and international museums, according to Gainesville Magazine in 2006.