WFG, also known as the Woodstock Framing Gallery, has been located for over 40 years in the heart of the Village of Woodstock, New York. A highly sophisticated rotating art gallery, carrying the works of many contemporary artists, WFG is proud to present a solo exhibition featuring new works by Richard Segalman, which opens Saturday, July 22nd and runs through September 24th. An excellent draftsman, he usually prefers to suggest emotion through clothing and bodily expression, rather than pure facial expression. Equally adept at the four different media presented in this show - pastel, watercolor, monotype and oil, his subjects range from his luminous figures, to landscapes and cityscapes, which are also featured in this exhibition.
WFG is also a longstanding, highly regarded custom framing shop. Owner Sneha Kapadia, along with Anne Crowley and Jeremy Swift, make up WFG's design team. Their combined experience and creative originality bring an extraordinary wealth of design and meticulous precision to all of your framing needs. Locals, weekenders and tourists alike look to WFG for simple and elegant to luxuriously decorative and complicated framing solutions, priced to fit any budget.
Our Gallery offers you knowledgeable guidance on everything from top quality metal frames to handcrafted artisan-made moldings, using only archival mat boards and museum mounting for permanent preservation. All work is done on the premises to specification with the utmost care and personal focus on detail. We know the art you bring to us will take its permanent place in your home or office and we give it the kind of serious attention it deserves!
It is all here - gorgeous frames for your established or burgeoning collection and carefully curated art for your home or office. Make sure you visit our website and Gallery often to see the latest offerings in art and the art of framing in Woodstock.
WFG is open every day of the week except Wednesday but always closed on Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Years Day.