Custom picture framing. Exhibits, gallery receptions, displays, starving artist festival.
Framesmith opened it’s door in February 1980 and was a part of Tunkhannock’s Downtown until
June 2000 when it moved to it’s present location, 2 Sullivan Street Tunkhannock. Through the years the
Stevens’ have first and foremost upheld the highest standards in framing and conserving the art entrusted to them.
It has been and is through the support of their shop they are able to contribute to the community through the years
in different ways such as youth scholarships funded by their, first in the area,”Starving Artist Festival” with artists
up and downTioga Street selling their art, calligraphy and art lessons, donations, as well as endless ideas.
The town Studio/Gallery was a sale source for artists work, there too the Stevens’ were host to many
“Gallery Open Receptions”, these along with the art from area Day Cares, Nursery Schools, School Students, and
Special Needs Groups were exhibits which also during the time Mrs.Stevens was head of Wyoming County Art
Group (1993 to 1997), became the first art exhibits to be displayed and open to the public on both floors of he
Wyoming County Court House.