It’s First Friday and there’s Art in the Village!

It’s been a long winter and spring is in the air! Well, at least that’s what they tell us, the weather report hasn’t quite made up it’s mind, but I digress. What’s really exciting is that the Village is coming back to life!

New outdoor dining options are seen in the streets and Marco’s now has covered dining in their parking lot. The empty shops have filled in – Cheers party store moved in next to Yalla and Mad Sass Soap (gotta go there!) Arranged and Rooted, a great little plant shop has moved in next to Fat City, and right next door to Village Frame and Gallery, Indigo traders has opened a lovely, repeat lovely, new shop where the pie shop was! It’s time to get back out to the Village!

Still Life with Cypraeidae by Dianne Jean Erickson

Hangin’ Together

All the shops are hangin’ together, helping each other out and bringing in things to shop, see and do in the Village. And Village Frame and Gallery is pleased to present Hangin’ Together, a cooperative art show with our neighbor gallery Art in the Village. With over thirty artists, Hangin’ Together showcases local artists in a vast array of styles and mediums. Honestly, there is something for everyone!

Like Sisters by Karen Story

We look forward to welcoming you back to the Village, starting with First Friday all day today! Artists from the show will be on hand during the day today to welcome you to our gallery and discuss their works. And we’ll have an artist’s reception tonight from 4pm to 7 pm and Donna Sanson from Art in the Village will be on hand, socially distanced of course.

Beach Find by Martin Conley

Village Frame and Gallery is located at 7808 SW Capitol Highway, Portland 97219 in the heart of Multnomah Village. Our regular hours are Tuesday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm and Saturday 10 am to 2 pm.

Who are we?

We are Beth, Lynne and Jeanette – a woman-owned custom framing shop and art gallery celebrating 20 years of custom framing in the Village. We love art in all it’s forms and love being part of the fabric that is Multnomah Village.