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What You'll Get
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. Today's Groupon frames and supplies your art in fine form: for $60, you get $120 toward framing at Turner Framing, with locations in Sterling and Great Falls.
Founded in 1973, Turner Framing continues to impress clientele with high-quality framework. The shop's services utilize a variety of materials and techniques to aptly accommodate diverse projects, and friendly staffers are always on hand to discuss options or fallacies in horror-film plots with patrons. Opt for museum glass if you want to shield your precious photograph, painting, or lucky eyelash from harmful sunrays or living-room tourists who enjoy snapping pictures of pictures. Prices vary depending on dimensions and materials, but custom framing projects typically cost $150 or more.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Not valid toward rush orders. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Turner Framing
With an interest in fine art and a dream of owning his own business, Rick Turner felt like he didn’t quite belong at his job with the federal government. So, in 1973, Rick left his office gig behind and took a risk by opening his own shop. Settling into a quaint historic building, Rick enlisted his sister Lorraine to work in the shop. When the two started feeding large frame mouldings through a back window, they realized they needed a bigger space.
Today, at Turner Framing locations in Sterling and Seneca Square, the certified picture framers preserve children's artwork, needlepoint pieces, photographs, diplomas, and hole-in-one golf balls with museum-quality materials similar to those used in protecting King Tut's vacation photos.