We see a lot of 70’s stitchery come in for framing. As a stitcher in the 70’s, I know it well and love it! The color palette of the stitching is usually bright, clear and cheerful but in most cases it has been poorly framed. Here is a recent project framed for Mary of Horsham. Mary was delighted and will hang it in her dining room.
One of our favorite assignments at Whispering Woods Gallery is when we are asked to showcase 12 years of school photos. This Newtown mom saw our Whispering Woods Gallery shop sample years ago and saved each wallet size photo for both her son and daughter. This is a lovely display using a simple white mat with navy blue trim, which are the school’s colors. A simple white frame with a beaded ornamentation frames the school photos. A UV filtering glass by Tru Vue was used to help prevent fading over the years. Not only do we think this is great design but the world wide framing community thought so too! We are proud that we won a third place in the Larson Juhl Design Star contest in the Photographs catagory in January 2014 for a similar design for this graduate’s older brother. Congratulations to the Class of 2015!
Thanks to all who voted for us in the Bucks Happening for best framer in Bucks County. We are happy to announce that for the third year in a row, we were the winner in the Picture Framing category. We truly appreciate you taking the time to vote and we thank Bucks Happening for being a part of our community.