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Welcome to Emporium Framing and Gallery, LLC

Gallery SignEmporium 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  We have a selection of mirrors, prints, maps, and other historical documents.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

Current Beyond Gender Exhibit

Following the Thread: Wen Redmond, Susann Foster Brown and Robin Cornwell will open September 10 and run through November 12, 2016 at Emporium Framing and Gallery in South Berwick, Maine. This exhibit presents three artists working in fiber with very different approaches.

Wen Redmond an innovative fiber & digital artist states: “I am a process person. My process is fed by my love of being outdoors. I’m passionate about coming up with ideas and working out the kinks. This leads to more discoveries, an evolution.  I make the art and then the art makes me.”

 Wen has created several signature Digital Fiber Techniques; Holographic Images creating 3-D effects, Textured Photographs using molding paste and a innovative Serendipity Collage method. Her latest work continues experimenting with digital photography, manipulating and printing images on mixed medium substrates.

She has been published widely in books and magazines, featured on Quilting Arts Television and has two available DVD workshops with Interweave Publishing. Wen's book with CT Publishing, 'Digital Fiber’ will be published December 2016. Her work has been included in many juried exhibits and collections, including Marvin Fletcher’s, Quilt National collection.

Beyond Gender (above), Wen Redmond, Free Appliqué, collage and stitched with various fabrics, recycled materials and found objects.

When it comes to spiritual issues, we need to go beyond gender to include the Other half of the human race. " Let us not waste time on petty issues, GOD is both male and female, Mother and Father, Beyond Gender. We are ALL light." Marianne Williamson's book, Women's Worth.

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