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Next month, right here at Hampton House Art & Framing, we are having a solo exhibition of watercolors by artist Alexis Lavine!
The exhibit runs , and the opening reception will be held on the evening of , from
You can read more in depth about this talented artist, and this exciting event on our blog by clicking right here!
See you soon!
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Custom picture frames can do so much (or so little) for your art. When properly done, a custom framed piece can totally transform a space. When custom framing art, mementos or certificates, we will help you find your style and propose frames that will enhance and protect your piece so it can be enjoyed for generations. Whether for home or office, we at Hampton House will take the time to help you find the look that your space deserves.
So if your needs are picture frames (wooden picture frames, modern picture frames, metal picture frames, small picture frames or large picture frames), fine local art or photograph restoration, we can help you tell your story. Listening to our customers and solving their problems is why we are still in business after 38 years. YOU are the reason for that and it means so much to our family. Thank you!
Mrs. Rothrock came to us with incredible art and an incredible story. We helped her choose framing to enhance and preserve drawings she had received from her grandson years ago. She was thrilled with the final product and couldn't wait to present it to him as a surprise.
My father and I have always been very close, especially since he raised my brother and I from a very young age. I moved away from Winston-Salem to Los Angeles at the ripe old age of 22 and, since, have found my time with my father extra valuable. I was working in Vancouver, Canada about 6 years ago and my father came for a nice 10 day visit. During his stay, we took a sea plane over to the beautiful Victoria Island. That day was a day I will keep forever in my mind and heart as one of the best days of my life. The sun was shining, flowers were blooming and I had my best buddy with me to explore this new place. While we were there, I saw this little bridge and thought it would be an interesting subject for a piece I wanted to create for my father. What you see is a labor of love and a memory that I will treasure for the rest of my life.
- Jill Wagner
Editor's note - Jill's piece is a batiked and painted fabric.