“The richness of Georgetown Texas people, culture, and history, creates a topsoil in which you can plant your roots; a firm planting allows creativity to flourish, and why I choose to stay in Georgetown, Texas.” Kimi Chapman
Archival Glass: special, museum quality, protective, allowing light out from the art; while keeping the beauty intact, a necessity of archival framing and a fair explanation of Kimi Chapman. As owner of a shop nestling for 37 years just off the historic square of Georgetown, Framers Galley, Kimi: purveyor, patron, and preserver of art and artist of Georgetown; keeps a timeless craft: ensuring forevers of the visual world present themselves forever.
Like Archival Framing, more textures reside than first seen to Kimmi in life and her craft: A seven-year veteran of framing, a practicing artist, a small business owner under thirty, and a spokesperson and fan of Georgetown as an Artistic community, Ms. Chapman finds the beauty in Art’s presentation and creating a frame for history; also finding Georgetown a perfect place to have a small business, live, play, and create art.
“The abundance of creativity and historians creates continuous work for my frame business and fosters my ability to showcase several new artists monthly.”
“I meet great creativity in Georgetown and my passion to practice my craft receives proper cultivation; I am here to stay, live and work.”
Now the facts: Framers Gallery features a large selection of original art and crafts made by local artists; also home of the Williamson County Art Guild, Framers Gallery offers art classes and a full in-house custom picture frame shop with a large frame selection and years of experience in complete restoration services for frames and art. Open Monday – Saturday.
Located: 610 South Main Street
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