Art of Framing is a family run picture framing and restoration business in the heart of Nantwich town centre.
Art of Framing is owned and run by Mark Gee GCF (Guild Commended Framer), who is experienced and qualified to advise on all aspects of framing.
We provide a quality, bespoke picture framing and restoration service, as well as selling a wide variety of artwork to suit most peoples tastes and budgets.
All work is carried out onsite in our workshop, to the highest of standards. We work to the Fine Art Trade Guild (the international trade association for the industry) specifications.
We specialise in Creative Framing, and with the help of our computerised mount cutting machine we can design and create your personal frame that is unique to your artwork.
Exceptional: "Mark is an expert in his field and the result is exceptional framing every time."
Personal Service: "Wonderful "old fashioned" personal service. Lots of advice on frames, and work carried out to a high standard."
Even though the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, for the time being we will still be wearing a face covering when we serve you. We are also happy for you to wear a face covering when visiting the shop if this makes you feel more comfortable.
We look forward to helping you all with your framing projects, so please CONTACT US with any framing enquiries you have. We are always happy to give advice over the telephone or by email if needed. You can of course visit the shop to browse our artwork, and you can view lots more in our ART GALLERY
We thank you ALL very much for your continued support. Please - Stay Safe and Healthy!
We are qualified Guild Commended Framers (GCF), awarded by the Fine Art Trade Guild.
We are an established business who are professional, reliable and trustworthy.
We have an excellent reputation, with excellent customer feedback, because we listen and work with our customers.
We are members of the Fine Art Trade Guild, and work to a very high industry standard.
We only use the best materials, to produce the best bespoke frames.