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What You'll Get
High-quality glass doesn’t just protect the dear Mona Lisa; it also improves her vision so that she can read the small print on the Café du Grand Louvre's menu come lunchtime. Get a clear picture of artwork coddling with today’s Groupon: for $40, you get $100 toward custom framing at Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing.
With locations in four states and 12 cities, Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing is a trusted name in framing and art-supply supplying. Tote your favorite painting, hard-earned diploma, or most artfully food-stained napkin to the downtown Nashville location to consult with a skilled staff member about devising a customized display. Using his or her expert eyes and minimal blinking, your framer will first help you select a mat to surround your art, then explain the merits of clear glass versus non-glare glass. Though prices vary, photographs can usually find homes in 8"x10" custom-made wood frames with acid-free matting for $50, while diploma-sized keepsakes can be encased behind UV-coated conservation glass for around $110.
Five Yelpers give Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing a near-perfect 4.5 stars:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Custom framing only. No cash back. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing
For 50 years, the owners and staffers of Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing have encouraged the artists of their community. They visit local fairs and set up booths for kids to color and craft, and they do workshops, demos, and classes for artists of every age. As their name implies, they also outfit art makers of all skill levels with top-of-the-line materials, such as Gamblin oil paints, Prismacolor pens and markers, and custom frames perfect for saving favorite art pieces or memorializing a sibling's failure to color within the lines.