Art Consultants, Dealers, & Galleries -
Artists, Private Collectors, & Patrons of the Arts

Athens Framing Gallery Clients

the mediators between the viewer and the work of art -
our frames meet where the picture stops and the world begins.

Clients of Athens Framing Gallery include public institutions, corporations, private collectors and renown artists from across the globe.

Alan Avery Art Company

315 East Paces Ferry Rd.
Atlanta, Ga. 30305

Ann Long Fine Art

54 Broad Street.
Charleston, SC. 29401

Borders Picture Framing Gallery

1601 S.W. 1st St.
Miami, FL. 33135

Caroline Budd Picture Framing

2097 Liddell Drive
Atlanta, Ga. 30324

Faulkner & Locke, Inc.

739 Trabert Ave. Suite B
Atlanta, Ga. 30318

Georgia Museum of Art

90 Carlton Street
University of Georgia
Athens, Ga. 30602

Framers on Peachtree

2351 Peachtree St.
Atlanta, Ga. 30305

Jules Place

1200 Washington St.
Unit 204
Boston, Ma. 02118

Pryor Fine Art

764 Miami Circle, N.E. #132 Atlanta, Ga. 30324

Soho Myriad

1250-B Menlo Drive
Atlanta, Ga. 30318

TEW Galleries

425 Peachtree Hills Ave.
Unit #24
Atlanta, Ga. 30305

Alan Campbell Studios

159 N Jackson St
Athens, Ga. 30601

Elton John

Atlanta, Ga.

Faith Hill

Nashville, TN.

Lamar Dodd / School of Art

270 River Rd
Athens, Ga. 30602

Robert Motherwell - Artist

Robert Motherwell was the youngest and possibly most influential of a group of artists that included Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Willem de Kooning. The group renounced the prevalent American style of the 1940s for abstract expressionism. Motherwell also contributed to art journals and his writings are considered a source for those who want to learn more about non-representational art.

Robert Motherwell Bio

Sarah Wolfe Art

Sarah Wolfe is an Atlanta artist. Sarah Wolfe has had several gallery and museum exhibitions, including at the Tew Galleries Inc.

Sarah Wolfe Bio

Steve Penley - Painter

See web site for information about his original paintings.

Ted Turner

Atlanta, Ga.

He began working for his father's company, Turner Advertising and became president and CEO in 1963. He later renamed the company the Turner Broadcasting Company and founded the first 24-hour cable news network, CNN, which debuted in 1980.

Ted Turner Bio