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The Framer’s Workshop & Fine Art Gallery is owned and operated by Claude G. Breton.

Since its inception in 1978, Claude has covered the entire spectrum of the industry. Manufacturing picture frames marked the beginning of a long term career that eventually grew into an ensemble of custom picture framing and fine Art. An artist himself, Claude has a better understanding about framing. Letting the artwork dictate the proper format is always key. Gicl?e printing became a reality in 2007 along with a complete photo studio. His long term relationship with other artists has always aspired his devotion and contribution to the industry. In simple terms, the translation of art is a still moment in life that renders itself part of history for everyone to enjoy.

Claude G. Breton

About Us

The gallery introduces a variety of artwork from legendary to promising. The spectrum and diversification allows for different mediums and subject matter that is priced to meet every budget.

We also offer a tremendous selection of custom framing to meet every media. We have on location custom crating and packaging along with a daily pick-up and worldwide delivery. Picture frame restoration is another area of expertise along with, the fine art of gold leafing. We also restore paintings, old and new alike. Our shop also offers fine art Gicl?e printing. We do authentic gicl?e prints on the finest papers and ink to insure you’ll have a piece of work to last a lifetime.

The Framer’s Workshop and Fine Art Gallery is centered to meet all of your needs and continues to offer an unsurpassable level of quality that can be achieved by true professionalism

We invite you to visit with us and enjoy a truly adventurous moment in the arts.


Custom Framing

With over 35 years experience, our custom framing is unsurpassable. We frame all medias. We also chop and assemble our own frames with a vast selection of over 1400 styles and profiles. Our 24 hour service for in-stock products distinguishes us from the rest.

At The Framer’s Workshop, we believe the subject dictates the framing. Visit us at the shop and we will custom-build a frame that best compliments your piece. We offer a complete line of custom crating and packaging for your framed piece.

Fully insured, we ship to all domestic and foreign destinations

Gicl?e Printing

A Gicl?e (pronounced zhee-klay) is a high quality inkjet print, created with professional grade machines. Using fade-resistant, archival inks that are pigment based, as well as water soluble.

We print our gicl?es using large format printers with a 12 color ink separation. Our papers are an award winning collection of genuine artist papers in a variety of surfaces, base weights and structures, including inkjet printable canvases.

Whether you want exclusive photography, prints, digital artwork and reproduction of art we provide the right paper for superior gallery and museum standard.

We accept digital files as well as original artwork Our studio is equipped to profile your artwork for digital printing true to the original.


Gold Leafing

Gold Leafing is the process of applying gold to a frame. We provide expert gold leafing on most frames.

Art Restoration

We provide restoration to art and frames that have been damaged. If you have a piece that needs repair bring it in to The Framer’s Workshop and let the experts to the work.

Photo Restoration

Bring your damaged or old photos to The Framer’s Workshop. Our restoration experts can digitally repair or reconstruct your treasured memories.

Artists We Represent

  • John Gable

    As an artist specializing in the creation of murals through corporations, architectural projects, museum commissions and the high- end restaurant market. www.johngablefineart.com

  • Dennis Poirier

    Dennis Poirier grew up in Gloucester, Massachusetts. The colors, sights, and sounds of the busy port and fishing fleet inspired Dennis. dennispoirierstudio.com

  • Claire Bigbee

    Claire Bigbee, a Maine resident, takes her inspiration from the grandeur of southern Maine?s varied landscapes and changing seasons. clairebigbee.com

  • Dewitt Hardy

    One of Maine’s best known watercolorists, Dewitt’s work is represented in private and museum collections from coast to coast. dewitthardy.com

  • Tina Ambrose

    Tina Ambrose focused on those flowers, painting in her Norway kitchen and nurturing her passion.

  • Laurie Harter

    An artist in the Maine Outreach Program and instructor at the St. Francis College.

  • Charles Woodbury

    Woodbury was from a comfortable, well-established family. He sold his first oil painting when he was 15 and at age 17 in 1884, was the youngest person ever elected to the Boston Art Club. Article on Charles Woodbury

  • W. Robert Paine

    Bob?s ultimate goal was to become a fine artist. New England has given him the perfect place to accomplish this goal. He paints the people, places and things of New England using, watercolor, egg tempera and oil. wrobertpaineart.com

  • Valfred Thelin

    He was born in Waterbury, Connecticut and was trained in the European apprentice tradition by his Grandfather, a muralist who came to the United States from Sweden in the late 1800s. Article about Valfred Thelin

  • Katherine Rohnert

    The works of Katherine Rohnert representing the best of Maine! cafepress.com/katherinesart

  • Ron Prevoir

    An artist, he also worked for 37 years as a teacher in Massachusetts and New Hampshire schools. Article on Ron about his heritage.

  • Denis Leblanc

    Born in Lewiston, Maine, Denis Leblanc became interested in art at the age of nine. Oils were used in the early years, until the age of twenty, when he stopped painting altogether. www.mainecolorsart.com

  • Lynne Carr Blanchard

    I love the outdoors and get my inspiration from the light and the beautiful state of Maine. Painting in the elements, although challenging, is everything I ever wanted to do! lynnebcarr.com

  • Willam V King

    It is Bill’s desire that serenity, peace and rest we so richly derive from nature will be brought back through his paintings over and over again in our otherwise busy lives.

  • John Schoepfle

    He studied architecture and painting at Cleveland School of Art and later taught adult education in the Los Angeles school system. There, while teaching an introductory painting class.

  • Patrick McNamara

    Hi everyone, I’m Patrick McNamara and I am a wedding and portrait photographer based on the southern Maine seacoast. www.mcnamaraphotoblog.com

  • Connie March Canney

    Connie is a prolific painter and has travelled extensively to capture landscapes of the southwest, Mexico, Maine and even Cuba. artistsites.org/conniecanney

  • Robert Rasche

    My work has been collected by patrons for over forty years and displayed internationally in private collections and in commercial businesses. robertrasche.com

  • George R. Carpenter

    ‘You Have To Go To Your Subject Matter’, he would always say. ‘It’s not going to come to you’. Article about George Carpenter

  • Robin Keus

    Robin can be found in his element capturing the beauty of nature with his cameras. rjkimages.com

  • Claude G. Breton

    Claude is the owner of the Framer’s Workshop in Wells, ME; and is an accomplished painter. framersfineart.com

  • Donna Sabraka

    Beautiful artworks that also include the Alaskan landscape Donna so loved

How to Find Us

Coming from the North

(rte 95 Wells exit?or rte 1 southbound)

  1. Heading 95N, take exit 19 for ME-9/ME-109 toward Wells/Sanford (1/2 mi)
  2. Turn left onto ME-9 E/ME-109 S/Sanford Rd (1/2mi)
  3. Turn left onto Chapel Rd (1.2 mi)
  4. Turn right onto US-1 S (3/4 mi)

The Framer’s Workshop & Fine Art Gallery?will be on the left?just past the Hannaford’s shopping plaza.

The Framer’s Workshop & Fine Art Gallery

879 Post Road (rte US-1)
Wells, ME?04090

(207) 646-3239


Coming from the?South

(rte 95 York?exit or rte 1 northbound)

  1. Heading 95N or 95S, take exit 7?toward?ME-91/US-1
  2. Turn left onto?US-1 N
  3. Drive 11.2 miles through York & Ogunquit center into Wells

The Framer’s Workshop & Fine Art Gallery will be on the right?across from the Coast Village Inn.

Contact Us

Hours + Location

Open daily from 9:00am to 5:00pm
879 Post Road (rte US-1 N)
Wells, ME 04090


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    The Framer’s Workshop & Fine Art Gallery
    P.O. Box 498
    Wells, ME 04090


    (207) 646-3239