Do you need to have a picture framed?
We know the idea of going to a custom picture frame shop can be a little unsettling. Questions you might have are:
How much will this cost?
Do I have to know what I want?
What if I don’t know anything about art or colors?
The only thing you need to know before walking into the shop with your art is where it might hang and your budget for the project.
Usually, the first thing we ask is, “Do you have anything in mind?” Maybe you do and maybe you do not. Either way, that is just a starting point. We will ask a few more questions, try some combinations and give you some different pricing so you can make a decision. The process is not long or hard, usually taking about 10-20 minutes.
Beware: many folks who give it a try find that it is a lot of fun! Having one picture framed can start a person thinking of other things they would like to have framed or even re-framed to update their space.
Staff at Wyman Frame, a division of Dale Rogers Training Center, have more than 40 years’ combined experience.
Carla Folks works at Dale Rogers Training Center Custom Framing. Carla has been a Certified Picture Framer since 1989 and has framed for DRTC since 2013 where she trains/supervises people with disabilities on various projects.
DRTC is the oldest and largest community vocational training and employment center for people with disabilities in Oklahoma. With multiple locations in Oklahoma, DRTC trains or employs more than 1,100 people with disabilities per year. Visit us online: DRTC.org.