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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 and have a very large selection of frames to meet your needs, competitively priced.  Our staff 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  We have a selection of mirrors, prints, maps, and other historical documents.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 Exhibit

It isn't everyday You See a UnicornSmall Works Holiday Exhibit 2014 will open November 15 and run through January 31, 2015. Please join us for an open house Friday, December 5 from 5–8 PM, the night of Shop and Stroll 2014 in downtown South Berwick, Maine, a festive event.

This exhibit features regional artists in an array of mediums including prints of Cori Caputo, Nottingham, NH; etchings of Judith Heller-Cassell, Rochester, NH; mixed media collage of Ethel Hills, Hampton, NH; drawings of William Mitchell, Dover, NH; mixed media of Laura Morrison, Concord, NH; mixed media of Suzanne Pretty, Farmington, NH; jewelry of Deborah Proulx, Portsmouth, NH, mixed media of Gail Smuda, Concord, NH; mixed media of Wen Redmond, Strafford, NH; tapestry of Sarah Warren, Jefferson, NH plus many regional artists.

Caputo writes "I love to create pictures because it makes me smile !!! There is something wonderful about pulling a paintbrush across the paper watching the colors merge and dance across the page bringing shapes and shadows to life. Houses take on a personality, magical trees reach up to the sun, cats peer out at the moon, women dance in joy, mermaids go about their daily life kissing sailors, aggravating their fathers and fish show up in unlikely places, like flying high over Portsmouth. What more could one want?

Joy, intrigue, and humor are my favorite subjects and for me using watercolors is often the best way to express these wonderful emotions of the human heart."

It's Not Everyday You See a Unicorn (left), Cori Caputo, print

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