A team of skilled framers toils at Frames For Life, hand building frames for custom projects. The framers gleefully surround documents and art in a variety of sizes with a large stock of borders that includes contemporary, ornate, and wood-grain frames. They also surround and protect framing innards with mattes, glass, or acrylics, and offer shadow boxes and stretched canvas.
Pay homage to culture when visiting Powers Fine Art Photography's museum in Dayton.
Don't deny your stomach an immaculate meal when you try this museum's restaurant.
No need to ditch your furry friend when visiting Powers Fine Art Photography — dogs are welcome there.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Enjoy the finest art Dayton has to offer at Deck The Walls.
Whether you want mouth-watering food or great drinks, this museum has the restaurant just for you.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Since 1976, Keith and Betty Ketring have been combining their interests in woodworking and fine-art prints by preserving their clientele’s artworks and heirlooms with custom frames. Their inventory of framing materials includes a spectrum of moulding styles—from stark black to ornately carved and gilded—as well as conservation glass and a multitude of colorful mats.
Easy as A-B-C, the artists behind Life in Letters craft custom photographic gifts available both in their shop and online. Over the years, they've amassed a vast collection of black-and-white photos of common objects and sights that resemble letters—such as arches, golf balls, fences, and palm trees—which they assemble into meaningful words, such as love, laugh, family, and nihilism. Once customers have chosen their word and selected each letter, they can have their piece matted and framed to suit their own decor or that of a loved one. The photographers also share their skills with aspiring shutterbugs during regular introductory photography classes.