Frame It Up is owned and operated by Sandy and John McCord, both lifetime residents of Greenwood and graduates of Lander College (now University).
Sandy has retired to focus on custom framing and her own artworks. She has been involved in many church, civic, and charitable organizations, is a docent at Lander University and active member of the Greenwood Parks and Trails Foundation, Greenwood Artist Guild and the Greenwood City Garden Club.
John has retired and focusing on gardening, making frames and his woodworking craftsmanship. In addition to using mouldings manufactured for the framing industry, he uses other materials to make specialty frames. He has crafted frames using wood reclaimed from old homes, barns, and other structures. Frame It Up was opened in 2010 in The Meridian, home to several artists' studios and shops,on Maxwell Avenue. In April of 2013, the studio was relocated to 310-B Calhoun Avenue in Bay Court.
Sandy and John will frame just about anything and, if it won't work in a frame, they will find another way to showcase it. No job is too large or too small and challenges are welcomed.
As you shop around for ways to display your treasures, be sure to include a stop at Frame It Up. You will find creative personal service, quality materials (most of which are made in the USA), and expert craftsmanship along with reasonable pricing.
If your treasure won't go in a frame, we'll find another way to display it. This coffee bean bag was turned into a gallery wrap.
Remember when this was the media for listening to music?
Have a one of a kind treasure ? Bring it to us and we will help you to preserve its beauty and prepare it for show.You can trust us to handle it as if it was our own.
This is a tiger painted on silk and brought back from Japan during WWII.