The birthplace of Jefferson Street Artists is now open.
Hours are 10am-6pm each day, sometimes until 8pm, 11:00am-2:00pm on most Sundays, give us a call to confirm, 703-534-4202.
We've moved!!! 205 West Jefferson Street, still in the Little City of Falls Church, much larger, more accessible, grander location, over 6,000 square feet, yep, 6,000, and ... 20 art studios, the birthplace of Jefferson Street Artists. If you're looking for studio space, this is the place for you.
Join us on the first Friday of each month, FIRSTfriday, for food and beverages, musical performance and a featured artist.
We're going on 14 years now!!! Come on in and meet Joe, Elizabeth, Tom, Bev, Bill, and Gabrielle. Thank you to ALL of our wonderful customers! Come join us anytime in celebrating all the years we've been in business!
Small enough to care, big enough to do the job!
Make Life Worth Framing!®
On exhibit now "Wild Washington, nature in the DC metro area" by photographer Peter Tomlinson. This exhibit will continue during the month of May.
Our next FIRSTfriday of Falls Church event is June 5th with a musical performance and our featured juried art exhibit "Give Me the Blues: Classic to Contemporary" celebrating the Blues. Cash prizes and retrieve your entry form here. Deadline date is Wednesday, May 27th. Join us from 6:00-8:00 pm for the fun in our new space. All this at Art and Frame of Falls Church, 703-534-4202, no admission, just come out and enjoy the evening in "The Little City" with a whole lot of art!
Kian Furniture is home in one of our Studios, Farhad Keyvani reconditions and repairs furniture, 703-624-9982, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Studio Space available as part of Jefferson Street Artisans for rent (18 private spaces), all utilities included, call Tom at 703-534-4202.
Art and Frame of Falls Church...
All you could possibly want from a neighborhood frame store...great service, great product, all at a great price.
Come on in and meet us! Tom the owner and his terrific team of Joe, Elizabeth, Bev, Bill, and Gabe. Mom's here too, but not pictured. Bill is taking time off to focus on his painting and Elizabeth has gone off to try her hand at designing. We really enjoy what we do and hope you'll enjoy our work for many years to come. After all, we make life worth framing. (Picture courtesy of Peter Tomlinson).
Art and Frame of Falls Church
111 Park Avenue - moving soon, very, very soon ... to 205 West Jefferson Street
Falls Church, VA 22046
Only 62 steps from the State Theatre in the Heart of Falls Church's Historic District
Hours: Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. all the time. Some times until 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and for Sundays - most times 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., just give us a call to confirm the other/off hours.
Art and Frame of Falls Church is also the Home to FIRSTfriday of Falls Church
Cool things to know about the store and a few about Tom
Art and Frame of Falls Church is currently a member of the Greater Falls Church Chamber of Commerce and the Falls Church Business in Education (BIE) Partnership and has been since 2001.
Tom is currently on the Board of Directors with the Greater Falls Church Chamber of Commerce and the Membership Council with the Falls Church Business in Education (BIE) Partnership.
Art and Frame of Falls Church was the recipient of the Virginia School Boards Association 2013 Business Honor Roll Program commendation certificate.
Tom was the 2009 recipient of the Carroll V. Shreve Award from the Greater Falls Church Chamber of Commerce in recognition of his contributions to the well-being and prosperity of the residents of Northern Virginia.
Art and Frame of Falls Church was the winner of the 2004 Business of the Year Award from the City of Falls Church.
Tom was the 2004 recipient of the Pillar of the Community Award from the Greater Falls Church Chamber of Commerce.
Art and Frame of Falls Church was the winner of the 2003 Excellent in Customer Service Award from the City of Falls Church.
Tom was the 2002 recipient of the Business Person of the Year Award from the City of Falls Church.
Tom was the co-founder of Falls Church Arts and president from 2004-2007.
Tom was the co-founder of Taste of Falls Church now incorporated with the City of Falls Church's Fall Festival.
Tom was the founder of FIRSTfriday of Falls Church in 2001 and continues to organize the event today.
Attribution: The picture above to the right is provided courtesy of Dede Haas.