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Voted #1 in Cleveland for Best Custom Framing, The Framer's Gallery provides site specific corporate artwork to many of our region's top companies. You can expect high-quality art and framing options that work for you, within your project timeline and budget.
Our full range of services include:
ART CONSULTATION & ACQUISITION
WOMAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS
In business since 1984, our corporate clients are business owners, interior designers, facility managers and architectural firms. We are a woman-owned small business, registered government vendor/contractor and currently working on corporate projects in healthcare, corporate banking offices, law offices, government facilities and restaurants. Schedule an appointment with us to discuss artwork for your corporate space!
PICK-UP & DELIVERY SERVICES
We offer full service pick-up and delivery services for work you have done at The Framer's Gallery.
Looking for corporate art that displays your hometown pride? From city images to park settings, we will work to ensure Northeast Ohio is represented throughout your corporate setting. Then complete your project with our high-quality professional installation services.
Interested in artwork with the look of no frame? Click here for options Beyond The Frame.
2017 PROJECT SPOTLIGHT
Dominion Energy embraces company history in latest Northeast Ohio facility remodel.
CANTON, OHIO - Embracing a fascinating corporate history that spans back to the 1890's, Dominion Energy merged state-of-the-art interiors with an interesting collection of photographs, company memorabilia, and artifacts in the recent reconstruction of this 27,000 sq ft corporate education center in Northeast Ohio. Perhaps most interesting to energy industry enthusiasts, the walls tell stories that highlight some of the company's most important regional moments in time. A 20+ piece historical photograph and artifact collection span energy industry-themed conference rooms includes appreciation to early industry influencer and founder John D. Rockefeller, and respect to early-century horse and buggy transporters of Nitroglycerine that supplied The read more...