Karen and Gary started the business not knowing they would become a "real frame shop."
They started doing art shows framing collectibles with postage stamps. They traveled all over Texas and the east coast. But after the sixth grandchild, Memorial City Mall became their final "art show" from 1991-2013.
In 2013, they no longer had the retail store but continued their framing business at their production facility which is in their backyard. Being "semi-retired" did not happen but business increased. As one customer said "Two things I will never change - my framer and hairdresser. I will go wherever they go!"
Satisfied customers have been their greatest asset. By word of mouth their business has grown. Some of their well known customers include the Astros, Texans, Dynamos. Gallery Furniture, Technip Oil, Nalco, and many more are included in their list of clients.
Art & Frame Connection does all the work in house. They do not out source or hire temps. Karen and Gary take pride that they do all the work to ensure premium quality and prompt service on every order. They make sure each customer is completely satisfied with their frame job.
The workshop is open if they are awake and home. But it is always recommended to call for an appointment or make sure they are available. They would like to invite you to be part of their framing family and friends.