About Studio 33

Studio 33 Art and Frame Gallery opened in the 1940’s as Costello’s, La Presle’s in the 50’s, Peter’s from ’69-’78 and Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery in 1979. In November 2008 we moved from State Street to 140 Bank Street, next to the Custom House Maritime Museum. We share the 1840 Greek Revival Style historic home of Franklin Smith, Partner in the Perkins and Smith Whaling Firm, with Waterhouse Salon and Spa, on the Historic Waterfront District Heritage Trail. Warm and cozy, with exposed brick and hardwood floors, free street parking right outside our door or the newly constructed municipal parking lot, we are just a short walk from the city’s railroad, bus and ferry transportation hub. Owner Sara Munro has over 35 years of framing experience and the Studio 33 staff has over 75 combined years of  experience. In addition to the wide variety of frames for all price points, there is a large volume of mat corners including specialty mats like linens & silks. Shadowboxes, Custom French Lines, Art Restoration and more are available. We showcase local art, jewelry, hand carved wooden items, pottery, sea glass and pewter items. Gift wrapping free of charge, Greeting Cards, Post Cards-many featuring local scenes, are also available for sale to round out your gift giving. At Studio 33 our primary concern is customer satisfaction. We provide superior service, quality products and competitive pricing.  Call today for more information on the many services we have to offer. We look forward to working with you!

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