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Custom Framing

Since 1979, Main Street Gallery’s clients and customers have entrusted us with framing everything you can think of. It is our expertise, selection, and passion for picture framing, that bring our customers back again and again! Using only the best materials available – from Museum Glass to archival matboard – you can rest assured we will work to keep your art and treasures preserved for a lifetime.

Local Artists

Representing over 20 of Monmouth and Ocean Counties best artists, we at Main Street Gallery pride ourselves in showcasing a wide range of styles to please everyone’s taste. Are you looking for a traditional oil painting of the ocean? A pastel of one of our local shore towns by our own Paula Kolojeski? Perhaps some dreamy, modern Impressionism for your new Beach House? Pop in and see what our talented, local, New Jersey artists have to offer.

Restoration

At Main Street Gallery we offer museum quality Art and Frame Conservation. For over 20 years we have established a reputation for working with some of the best conservators on the eastern seaboard. Conservation services include complete restoration/conservation to paintings of any medium, frame restoration, gold leaf gilding, and paper conservation. We also offer textile restoration. Feel free to contact us today for more information or simply bring in your artwork for a free estimate. All conservation is performed in accordance with museum standard methodology and materials.

Upcoming Events

 

  • Every Saturday 10-1pm – Molly Johnson’s “Sketchy Pets'” – bring your pet to be sketched by Molly!
  • Art Classes! Summer session begins July 10th…Drawing on Location, Watercolor, and Oil Painting. Contact us for details!
  • Trunk Show June 29th and 30th. Hundreds of pieces from over 20 artists for sale on paper and canvas. This is a spectacular event not to be missed!
  • Elizabeth Sabine – New Work – Opening Saturday, July 21st, 6-9pm
  • Theresa Losa – New Work – Opening Saturday, August 11, 6-9pm