Dale Horn first began taking photograph portraits in 1988, and in the following decades he's begun to specialize in candid portrayals of graduating seniors, families, children, and weddings. Dale works in a relaxed setting that puts his subjects at ease, making portrait sessions fun even as he captures defining characteristics of individuals, families, or children. He harnesses years of creative knowledge to turn images of people into works of art, patiently waiting for the right facial expression to capture the subject's personality.
You'll be excited to take a trip to Crystal Lake's finest, the museum at Jt's Frames.
Check out the restaurant at this museum for a delicious meal.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Grand Frame Inc, an Arlington Heights establishment since 1974, corrals more than 3,000 frames, posters, and display museum cases in its 8,000 square-foot space. Gary Grana, the framery's cofounder, holds two patents in framing technology and has passed his passion for the industry to several members of his family who now guide customers through framing options for sports memorabilia, wedding photos, and lovingly audited tax documents. In addition to carefully inspecting every project that goes through the shop, Gary's expert staff also doles out frame-hanging services to help complete customers' decor. Over the years, the store has continuously evolved its services by offering LCD TV framing and Grand Gone Green products, a signature line that embraces an eco-friendly approach to picture framing.
Established in December of 2000, The Framers Edge aims to safeguard artwork, photographs, and keepsakes to be cherished for generations. Using museum-grade, conservation-quality materials, the owners design and hand-craft custom framing projects that can range from a child's drawing to an autographed guitar. With thousands of mouldings and matboards, customers are in complete control how their heirlooms are preserved and cherished. The owners work onsite, taking on framing projects starting from $125 and specialty jersey framing, custom acrylic cases, and shadowboxes starting from $325.
If you're ready to get rid of your old furniture and upgrade to a more modern look, check out the selection of pieces at Framing 4 Yourself in Arlington Heights.
Park your car in one of their many available spaces.
For expert advice and top-notch furniture, be sure to stop by Framing 4 Yourself in Arlington Heights.
There's no need to run around Des Plaines looking for various arts and crafts supplies. You can find them all at Starvin' Artist.
For artwork that's unique, pick up a piece carefully crafted by hand (no one is exactly alike!).
With nearby space available, you won't need to worry about parking when you come to Starvin' Artist.
So whether you're coloring with your toddler or just discovering your artistic side, Starvin' Artist makes it easy to get your hands dirty with awesome art supplies.