You can take a picture, print or poster and have it mounted on foam board.  We call this dry mounting and this process is done in house.

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“About the Framer”
John Wisniewski, owner was born and raised in Chicago.  John moved to Arizona in 1979.  He fell in love with Camp Verde and decided to settle in 1985.  John’s started his career in picture framing out of his home in 1991.  In September 1992 John opened up his framing shop where we know it to stand today.

John is also an accomplished Photographer, he shows and sells his Pictures in his shop as well.




Creating Frames that will show off your artwork and will look great in your home is our specialty.



This double sided custom frame highlights the artwork and adds that gallery look to you home.


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Prints are available via special order.  There are many catalogs to choose from for our in-house framing.

Shrink wrapping is a clear plastic film encasement that is used to protect such items as prints, photos, posters, magazines, newspaper articles, books, ect.

Our creative matting is special mats cut with decorative designs to enhance your images, such as Native American and South Western designs, stair stepping, notched corners, v-grooves and more special effects.

Conservation quality is the use of acid free mats and foam board combined together with ultraviolet controlled glass.  This process is used to protect collectibles  for many generations.

Take a print, photo or poster and have it transferred to a canvas to simulate an actual Oil Painting

Oval frames and Convex (bubble glass) frames are a special order item.  Mats and Glass for oval frames are created in house. Great for old family pictures.


31 West Hollamon Street, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 Map

John Wisniewski / 928-567-9544 / johnnycat@q.com


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