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Help us fill up our "Customer Story" page by sending us your story today!! If you've ever had a piece framed at Yesterday and Today Frame Shop and would like to share your story, please click here to share! Thank you for being part of what makes us great- Our Customers!

A. Moore says, "This oil painting is an anniversary gift for my husband. As a boy he spent his summers at a camp in Georgia and loved watching the storms roll in across the marshes. I tried to capture that feeling of storm light in the painting. I have been taking landscape painting classes with John Beerman in Hillsborough and this is one of my paintings from our class. I wanted a frame that would compliment the painting and Sherry was a great help in selecting the perfect frame. And, the framing was completely finished in less than a week!"

C. Cobb says, "When I recently designed and built my second home on Ocracoke Island, I needed many pieces framed. Sherry found the perfect frame for one of my father's original Ocracoke lighthouse paintings. She also helped me create a wonderful multi-part display about the house's namesake, the "Aleta"—an historic island boat. We also framed a terrific triptych of coastal fish illustrations by my friend Val Kells. Click HERE to see interior photos of all the framed artwork by Sherry.

J. Zaengle had this to say, "Visiting the Grand Canyon is a wonderful experience for anyone. To be able to share the remote parts of the Canyon with your children makes it extra special! Hiking the Canyon with my son Andy in 2001 and this year visiting the remote Toroweap on the North Rim with Jeff were experiences I'll never forget. A day doesn't go by that I don't look at these frame photos and remember how lucky I am to have such great kids!

D. Belvin says, "I had framed four generations of wedding invitations... the latest was my daughter this summer. The staff at Yesterday and Today Frame Shop is very friendly and extremely helpful."

P. Allen says, "This portrait of my great great grandmother had being passed around from one family member to another for a couple of generations. No one seemed to "want her" and when I acquired her this past summer, she was beginning to deteriorate. I felt her goodness and memory deserved a much more fitting existence than the one she had had.

Sherry help me restore her to a place of beauty and honor in my home. Now this heirloom, my great great grandmother, is ready for generations to come! 

Sherry's talent and flair for helping select the most appropriate frame and mat never ceases to amaze me! She's honest and doesn't try to sell you the most expensive frame, but will give you options in several price ranges. I just love her and the quality work her business produces. I'll never go anywhere else for my framing! If it's valuable enough or you like it enough to be framed, it should be done by the very best. I consider art jewelry for my home!"
P. Dickinson says, "Thank you for your usual masterful job of matting and framing the antique map I picked up recently. This is another in the long series of old maps I have bought at Wentworth and Leggett Book and Prints for my Marine Corps Aviator nephew. Nate has trained and served around the US and the world including Afghanistan. My most recent purchase was an 1870 map of Arizona and New Mexico which shows Yuma, where he and my niece, Susannah, will be living during his next assignment.


Susannah tells me that when they entertain, she often finds Nate's fellow officers examining the historic maps and marveling at the changes in the geography over time. This map shows the Commanche and Apache Territories, Fort Defiance, old Spanish trails, and the small town of Tuscon, but no Phoenix yet.


Thanks again for treating this antique so gently and respectfully and recommending a mat and frame which enchance the colors in the old print. It's always a pleasure to deal with you."