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melorama
July 26th, 2005, 05:42 PM
Can anyone here give me any first-hand recommendations on a good joint that does quality picture framing and inexpensive rates, preferably in the Downtown/Chinatown area or Kapiolani/Ala Moana?

I have a bunch of of limited, signed Jay Ryan (http://www.gigposters.com/designers.php?designer=7258) silkscreened posters that I'd like to put up at work, and I just want some nice simple frames and mattes for them.

Any recommendations?

1stwahine
July 26th, 2005, 06:33 PM
There is one that used to be located next to Village Resturant. They moved a year ago to the corner of Nuuanu and Hotel Streets. It was the old Police Sub-Station. It's on the same side of Indigo's, two doors down. Can't miss it. Sorry, but I don't know the name. If you have time on First Friday they will be open late and also showcasing their work. :)

Auntie Lynn

1stwahine
August 13th, 2006, 09:21 AM
This is juss too funny. Now I find myself in the same predicament. :o

I'm in the process of redecorating my whole Hale. I found two pictures which are woth money. They are also numbered ( I dunno wat they call it) and signed by the Artist.

One is a painting of Pele and the other of her supposingly sister. One with red hair and the other with black. Two beautiful and awesome paintings that should have been framed a long time ago...but I forgot.

Does anyone know of anyplace else who does quality workmanship and at a good price. I also found many other portraits as well.

Funny thing happened ~ I used one to put photo's on top. I took out the photos this morning to find another numbered series underneath of a naked woman in a bathtub. It is 180/350 by Sue Stagner. :eek:

I gotta go look some moa. I'm pUpule. I'm excused for wat I do! :p

Mahalo

Auntie Lynn