Welcome to Emporium Framing and Gallery, LLC
Emporium Framing and Gallery, LLC is located at 261 Main Street in historic downtown South Berwick, Maine directly across the street from the Sarah Orne Jewett House.
We specialize in quality custom framing, have a very large selection of frames to meet your needs that are competitively priced and will take the time to help you select the frame that will display your piece to its best advantage. Gift certificates are also available.
The gallery also offers restoration, repair and digital services. We have a selection of mirrors, prints, maps, and other historical documents. In addition the gallery has changing exhibits of juried regional artists in a wide selection of media.
The gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, 10-6. For additional information call
Small Gems Holiday Exhibit 2016 will run from November 19 through January 27, 2017 at Emporium Framing & Gallery in South Berwick, Maine. Please join us on Friday December 3 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM for an open house and the Home for the Holidays Celebration now in its 10th year in South Berwick.
This exhibit is small works ranging from prints, multi media,, pottery, jewelry, etc from regional artist including Susann Foster Brown; potter and painter, Kathy Hanson; printmaker, Judith Heller Cassell, potter Robert Roux; fiber artist and multimedia Suzanne Pretty; jewelry, Deb Proulx; multi media, Wen Redmond; printmaker, Scott Schnepf; printmaker, Pam Traver.
Suzanne Pretty's work has been devoted for a number of years to the interaction between modern technology and the natural world and the destructive effects on our planet.
Pretty works mainly in tapestry and fiber but also develops her thoughts with multimedia techniques of digital imagery, gouache, paper weaving stitching and beading.
She graduated from Massachusetts College of Art with a BA and has exhibited internationally, been awarded numerous awards and has been included in many books and magazines. Among these are 2 time Individual Artist Fellowship awarded by the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, American Tapestry Biennial 8 first prize, Fractured Landscape, Michael Currier Center Gallery, Putney School, Putney, VT, the traveling exhibit Art of the Cloth,
Fenced Tree in Field (above), Suzanne Pretty, Multimedia with gouache on paper one of a series of tree studies.
Gallery Page for additional images and artist information