The Burning River Boutique offers full-service custom framing for your photos, paintings, drawings, posters, handbills, magazine covers, diplomas, maps, and keepsakes.
I am a photographer and I will treat your picture memories as if they were my own. Together we can select the perfect molding, mat and glass to turn your treasures into lasting works of art to hang in your home, cottage, boat or office.
Our Services Include:
A Wide Selection of High Quality Standard Hardwood Frames In-Stock
Custom Cut Wood and Metal Frames for Non-Standard Sized Art
Dry Mounting on a Variety of Backing Materials, Including Magnets
Large Scale Lamination
Quick Turnaround & Competitive Prices
Contact Lora Mosier to Schedule an Appointment:
“My husband and I moved to Vermilion Township in 1977 to a house that he, a retired firefighter, had built. I had a 40+ year career as a trauma nurse and clinical trial specialist. When I retired, I needed a relaxing hobby.
I began making gold jewelry with Swarovski crystals and vintage beads. I so enjoyed the play of colors and light, I decided to try painting with watercolors and fell in love with this form of artistic expression. It has been 15 years and I still love to paint. Seascapes and animals are my favorite subjects.”
“November is National Novel Writing Month where scribblers all across the planet commit to writing a 50,000 word novel in 30 days (NaNoWriMo).
Personally, I prefer to pile up my words bit-by-bit throughout the year. So I’m usually pretty oblivious to the event.
This year, though, I talked with Jane at Appletree Books who told me about their special promotion for NaNoWriMo. For the third year, now, the independent bookstore is inviting writers of all ages, all formats, and all genres in the Greater Cleveland area to be one of their featured artists of the month by writing in the storefront windows.
Huh…writer under glass. It sounded intriguing, so I’m going to give it a go on November 26 & 27 from 10am-12pm. I’ll no doubt be working on my latest novel, Article 15.
Stop on by if you get a chance and wave–but don’t tap on the glass.”
For more information, click here ~ Appletree Books
Rosie Faulds and her husband, Don, of Galion, Ohio, have shared a mutual love of photography and nature for many years. Rosie’s passion is creating handcrafted greeting cards by combining their photography and her calligraphy. Don’s passion is not only photography, but also his artistic ability to create snow sculptures that Rosie then photographs and uses on her cards.
They both enjoy all that Vermilion offers, especially sailing and visiting with friends, walking local beaches hunting beach glass and treasures, all the while “chasing the light” in search of yet another photo opportunity!
You will definitely find ‘just the right card’ with Rosie and Don’s collection of summer beach themed, birthday, sympathy, thinking of you, Thanksgiving and Christmas, or choose a card that’s blank inside for your own message.
We’re so pleased to welcome Chris Keener to the shop!
Growing up on the shores of Lake Erie brings Chris recreation and the water is part of her life therapy. She still resides by the lake and was recently featured in Lake Erie Living magazine!
Chris creates her jewelry from her soul, with what makes her happy and hopes that her one-of-a-kind, original designs will bring you joy as well.
She is happy to create a custom piece for you with your own special finds from the lake or elsewhere.
Chris loves being challenged by concepts and designs and works everyday in her studio.
Visit Chris’ Etsy shop at Crystal Moon Designs
Scott’s love of glass work comes from his career as a building engineer for the Cleveland Orchestra where he repaired brass and glass light fixtures. He took a class in stained glass and loved it and rest as they say, is history.
All of Scott’s works are original designs and he is very accommodating to commissioned pieces.
By using LED lights, Scott’s light boxes can be kept on for extended periods of time. Perfect for subtle lighting with an interesting kick!
“I chose the name Antique Character for my shop because of the materials I use to craft my products. During my time with my woodworking mentor he taught me to appreciate the natural character of wood. I decided to add antique because the only way it obtains character is through years of aging. I wanted the name of my shop to be a tribute to the natural beauty that only old growth trees have.
Since trees are a major part of what makes my products different, I decided to join an organization that plants a tree each time I sell a product. I refer to my products as goods, because when you purchase from me you get a good thing and do a good thing because you are contributing to the revival of forests around the world!”
These beautiful and functional business card cases can be found here at Burning River Boutique!
To follow Steven and see more of his products, visit him on Facebook at Antique Character
Kay Greenwald creates and manages Shell Sensations from her studio in Copley, Ohio. Her background in graphic communications has enabled her to utilize her conceptual and design skills to create outstanding, one-of-a-kind shell creations.
She creates a variety of gift items, custom-designed mirrors, and picture frames ~
Her unique signature jewelry and hair accessories are created with an upbeat and
Elegant style. She also has a line of whimsical and unique Christmas ornaments.
Kay has been commissioned to design pieces for offices, resorts and private residences!
He is just too cute….I mean scary!
“I love socializing and constantly networking with new people. It fills a void in a career that can otherwise be quite solitary. Naturally, I reserve a portion of my artwork for self expression and my personal fulfillment as well.”
“…Although the scope of my work is constantly changing and expanding, I always strive to maintain a level of peaceful excitement that is easy to live with, but never boring.”
Laurel’s Gallery is #107 in the 78th St. Studios and custom orders are always welcome!
To see the depth and versatility of Laurel’s artwork, visit her website at The Artistic World of Laurel Herbold
Connaught Cullen grew up in Clyde, Ohio, worked at Whirlpool Corp for 30 years, then had a mid-life crisis and became an artist. She received a BFA from Bowling Green State University and an MA-Studio from Eastern Michigan University. She currently resides in Athens, Ohio while pursuing an MFA in the Painting + Drawing department at Ohio University. Connaught currently works with acrylic in her paintings that examine the meditative walk as evidenced in the landscape.
Check out Connaught’s website at Connaught Cullen