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32 Years of Framing in Colorado Springs

By Karen Rivera

In 1980, three friends wanted to open a custom frame shop remodeled a Victorian home on Boulder Street between Nevada and Tejon. However, before they opened, it burnt to the ground. They moved to 725 North Tejon, but never changed the name. Terry Henderson bought the gallery 20 years later, continuing its excellent reputation as a custom-framing business. Three years later, he met Jennie and he will swear he did not know that she had been a Certified Picture Framer in California for over 25 years. They married and have since built the business into much more than it was.

In February of 2009, Jennie and Terry saw the opportunity to buy their own building with a lot more room to expand. They purchased 206 North Tejon, the old Novis Frame & Art, and moved to their current location. The move allowed them to showcase local artists in all forms of media, including original art, photography, both decorative and functional pottery, and jewelry.
The move also enabled them to offer scanning and reproduction of artwork and photography, providing quality Giclees using the latest state-of-the-art equipment.

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