Welcome to Fourth Corner Frames & Gallery!
Providing Award-Winning Custom Picture Framing & Fine Art for Bellingham since 1973
Fourth Corner Frames is a full-service picture framing & art gallery located in downtown Bellingham’s Historic Old Town. Our goal is to help you preserve and display your cherished memories with creatively designed custom framing. We combine “Old School” service with up to date conservation materials and preservation techniques. Our staff has over 55 years of combined framing experience and can assist you with all your custom framing needs. Stop by our newly remodeled gallery for creative framing design, friendly service, and unique regional art.
“Pop Culture: Posters, Playbills, and Paraphernalia”
October 23 – November 25, 2017
Join us November 3 for an Art Walk reception, 6pm – 9pm
In this show we are showcasing a variety of framed posters, playbills and paraphernalia sure to start you searching the hidden recesses of your life for those artifacts you have saved to frame…someday.
#Fun, #goodtime, #coolframe, #Iwantthat!
Due to overwhelming positive response to our August 2017 exhibit – JANE HAMILTON HOVDE, Life and Times, we will continue to offer a selection of her original works on paper at our gallery for a limited time. You may visit our website to preview the collection come visit us from 10am – 5:30pm.
There is a brand new radio station in town, KPNW-DB Radio. The station is digitally broadcasted, you can listen at http://pnwradio.org/.
One of the locally produced programs on the station is called “Stories of the Collective” which focuses primarily on local businesses and entrepreneurs. The program kicked off June 2 with a series called “Holly Street Icons” featuring Fourth Corner Frames and our own Sheri Wright. Click here to listen to the interview.
“…We considered many factors before choosing the final design, but our number one rule for designing the perfect frame is this…”
“The Wright Angle“, the FCF newsletter has been redesigned. This month Sheri has written an article titled “The Art of Frame Design”, she gives some insights into her process of creating custom frames with her customers.
Watch for future editions. If you would like to receive copies as they are published, send us your email so we can add you to the list of recipients.