WE FRAME PUZZLES AND NEEDLE POINT
We at Harwich Frame Shop are proud to represent up and coming water color artist, Paul Michael Eddy. Paul studied at New England School of Art and had a long career using his design skills. Upon retirement, Paul picked up the paint brush and has given his talent free reign. Paul's work showcases his dedication to realism and his deep- understanding of color. Recently, Paul has begun to display works in his signature palette using oils.
Paul now lives off-Cape but his work belies his deep love of Cape Cod and its special appeal!
Harwich Frame Shop is the exclusive source for the many prints of local artist Milton Welt. Milton was one of the founding artists of the Cooperative Gallery at 820 Main. We now represent Milton's daughters in selling his prints of Harwich, Chatham and other Cape Cod scenes. Milton was happiest when selling and priced his prints so that all could afford. We are pleased to carry on that tradition. There is a large selection of prints already framed, so that a visitor can carry a treasure of Cape Cod home with them!
William J. Maloney's prints are available at Harwich Frame Shop. Bill is a graduate of Massachusetts College of Art and the retired Art Director of Raytheon Service Company. He studied under nationally known marine painter Don Stone. His landscapes, seascapes and city scenes, all available in fine art prints, are done in an 'en plein air' style.
I am more than pleased to welcome Dona Julian Spillane to the small gallery at Harwich Frame Shop. Dona is a local Harwich artist and an early member of 820 Main Gallery. As a matter of fact her originals may still be found upstairs. We carry just her prints. Dona is a true mixed media artist, often combining several media in one work of art. She is also thoughtful and careful in her use of light and shadows. She excels at what is often a pitfall for other artists.
Carl, a lover and collector of vintage tourist maps has had some of his favorites reproduced. These maps reached their height of popularity in the 1930's. They reflect a simpler time and are often whimsical and humorous, showing Cape Cod places and characters in exaggerated form. Many are already framed, ready to carry home to your Cape Cod cottage.
As one of the oldest and most popular tourist destinations, one can not think Cape Cod with-out thinking post cards. Since 1904 when the first pictorial post cards appeared to the real photo era of the 1920's and the linen card era of the 1930's through the 1950's up to the 1960's and the 'modern' chrome cards, post cards are a fun way to see what things looked like in a simpler time.