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- Georgetown Frames
- Georgetown Framesoff of Gaines School Road is great!
- A long time friend of mine, Lanie Barlow, owns and operates Georgetown Frames. She has been in the business for some
18 years now and has owned Georgetown Frames for most of that time. She does good work and at a reasonable prices
- There is a frame shop on the East Side near 5 Star Day & Shoal Creek Animal Clinic with who I have had good luck in the
past... at the end of College Station Rd.
- Stuart Libby: I used Stuart Libby, who does framing from his home. Excellent work and a very nice person. He used to operate a
frame shop in Athens.
- Frame Crafter's Gallery
House of 10,00 Frames
- we have used the frame shop in the old Kroger shopping center (where the Omni Club Fitness Center is now).
The owner is very nice and helpful, and prices are fair. He will even show you how to do the framing, so you could do it yourself right
there in the shop (and pay less). I definitely recommend the shop. And you couldn't get any more local (the owner grew up here).
- very nice folks and they do good work. I think it is called Frame Crafter's Gallery. You can frame things for yourself there, too by
purchasing frame and materials from the shop.
- I have used House of 10,000 Frames--now called Prince Ave Gallery, the one on Cedar Shoals Dr. directly across from the high school. They do very
good work, and I think the prices are reasonable.
- House of 10,000 frames is one on the east side
- The house of 10,000 frames on prince ave
- I don't like House of 10,000 frames since they built about 12 frames for me in the past that didn't fit and then they refused to fix them.
- Michael's: it was EXCELLENT (this was 5 years ago of course). The young lady that worked with me on the pictures I seem to remember was a
UGA art student as I recall. Anyway, she definitely had an eye, and spent time with me working out the best look for what I could afford. We were both really happy with the final products.
- I've always used Frameworks on Clayton. Wide selection, and though they're not cheap, they are priced better than Michaels, and do great work.
- They have some real beauties! As we were leaving I noticed all the frame samples on the wall behind the counter and then realized that they make
- all kinds of frames and spoke with the owner who confirmed that they make all their own stuff right there
- Frameworks downtown has always done nice work for me. And they are local.
- Ken McLeskey: When he has time to do them Ken McLeskey is the best and cheapest in town. He is pretty booked up though. He doesn't just order the
moulding- he goes to the lumber yard, picks out the wood and then builds them from scratch- and it still comes out cheaper and better frames
than the frame shops that only order pre-made moulding from catalogues. Ken@kenmcleskey.com
- Don Williamson
- Don Williamson is good- he used to own Georgetown frames but works out of his home in Winterville now. You would have to look up his number there.
- I can also vouch for Don Williamson! He is amazing!!
- Ranel Parks/Athens Framing: at Athens framing is the best around for guilding. People come from Atlanta just to have him gold leaf their frames.
I would recommend him for frames but most of the time he has his assistants put them together and the quality hasn't been as good as when he
does it himself.
- Barry Mobley Fine Photography: on hwy 78 - Great prices and workmanship!