205 West Jefferson Street, Falls Church, VA 22046 703-534-4202
Only one Studio available, call us!
Yes, we're open, come by to frame your treasures and enjoy our Artist and Small Business Studios! Stop in and we'll take care of you as we have always done. We do and are practicing social distancing (our counter alone is four feet deep now with a plexi glass barrier), routinely cleaning, and rarely do we have more than 3 people in the shop area at one time.
September 4th is our next FIRSTfriday of Falls Church event with Cynthia Miller "Act 5".
Yes, our FIRSTfriday event is on, September 4th, we'll be practicing social distancing, mandatory face masks at all times, frequent cleaning of surfaces, offering hand sanitizer, displaying directional arrows, and incorporating an ENTER door and an EXIT door.
Art and Frame of Falls Church is open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 12 noon - 4 p.m. on Sunday; from time to time our hours can be extended, give us a call, we can accommodate your needs to fit your convenience.
Make Life Worth Framing!®
With our location being over 6,300 square feet we are also home to:
- The birthplace of Jefferson Street Artists, 20 art/business studios, 20 committed, none available but get on our waiting list.
- Kian Furniture, upholstery, caining, recondition, and repair.
- Good Point Embroidery and Screen Printing, custom T-shirts and embroidery.
- NADsys - computer sales and services.
- FIRSTfriday of Falls Church, a monthly, year round event that creates and promotes a business and social synergy for the arts and artists at Art and Frame of Falls Church hosting a new artist and musician each month.
We're going on 19 years now!!! Come on in and meet Tom, Bev, and Leesa! 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!
Ordered a frame on-line or had one completed by a competitor and it's not quite right? Incorrect wiring, corner coming apart, art work slipped? Bring your item in for a FREE consultation, we'll provide you with options and pricing to make it right for you.
On exhibit now at Art and Frame of Falls Church, FIRSTfriday of Falls Church, are the works of Jean Fry.
Studio Space available to working artists and/or small businesses for rent as part of Jefferson Street Artists. There is only one available now. Each studio has a door that locks, a clerestory window and 15-foot ceiling. Big enough to share comfortably, rent for the one is $640 per month and includes heat, air conditioning, lights, 24-hour access, security alarm system, internet access, break room with refrigerator and microwave, utility sink and bathroom. Convenient to METRO (10-minute walk) and plenty of FREE parking on site. Call Tom at at Art and Frame of Falls Church for more details and to arrange to see the studios at 205 West Jefferson Street (only one block from Route 29/Lee Highway/Washington Street.)
Visit us and see the works of Andrea, Farhad, Nader, Julio, Dave, Larry, Mark, Karen, Alexis, Amanda, John, Viondette, Lynnette, Moe, Stuart, Rajendra, Henry, Ryan, Bill, Meaghan, Jen, Anne, Emma, Cynthia, Mara, Bushra, and Connie.
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.
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, and ... it'll last a lifetime!
Cool things to know about the shop and a few about Tom:
Art and Frame of Falls Church is among a space consisting of over 6,300 square feet, encompassing more than 20 studios of artists and small businesses.
Tom was the founder of Jefferson Street Artist in 2015 and continues its operations today at 205 W. Jefferson St.
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 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 in the City of Falls Church.
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.
Tom was the founder and publisher of The Falls Church Community Guide from 2011 to 2018.