The Eco Rustic Gallery Frame Collection
photograph & frame proudly introduces our exclusive collection of “Eco Rustic Gallery Frames”. The family of frames, available in 4 handsome finishes, was handcrafted in Marin County, exclusively for us, and now for you!
Each frame is hand made on clear pine from Northern California, hand sanded with a water based conditioner, stained by hand 3 times and “polished” with steel wool. The treatment yields a slightly distressed and weathered finish while still maintaining the clean simplicity of the timeless “gallery” frame. From $39 to $99.
Reclaimed Barn Wood Frames to Go
Reclaimed and salvaged directly from farms across the Western United States, our authentic barnwood frame collection is available in 4 readymade sizes: 8×10″, 11×14″, 16×20″, and 20×24″. Priced from $49, and complete with glass and backing, these frames are perfect for rustic, Southwestern, Indian, and nature-themed artwork. The frames, cut and joined in the San Francisco Bay Area, are art in and of themselves. Even the old nails, found in some of the frames, make them all the more unusual!
fred’s frugal frames
The Fred’s Frugal Frames Collection is built from the short end of our custom options. This “recycling” provides you with endless variety and incredible savings.
Frame sizes are available in 5×7, 8×10, 11×14, and 16×20.
Our gallery frames are already built – so most of the labor has been completed up front. This is why our prices are, on average, over 40% less than those found at a typical “custom” frame shop. And we use the exact same raw materials.
All that’s left for us to do is professionally insert your photos, posters, and art, which we do in just a few days time, with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our elegant collection of all-wood gallery frames were built, exclusively for photograph, in the San Francisco Bay Area, and may be found hanging in local galleries, exhibitions, and museums.
For odd and oversized pieces, custom-cut frames are also available at the same low prices.
Rusted Relics by Emerging Artist Ryan Buenning
Ryan sees beauty that exists in the obsolete and derelict remnants of the past, and painstakingly recreates them by hand. view more >