Museum Quality offers one of the largest selections of framing materials in Southern California. Custom framing just about anything to any size. Shadowboxes, collectibles, unique items, photographs, prints and originals are all handled and managed by only the best designers and picture framers in the area. All work is performed by our professional staff on premises at our Camarillo Design Studio and Frame Shop.
Our Virtual Framing system will show you exactly what your finished framing project will look like before you place your custom framing order. Click here for more information on Virtual Framing.
We also offer custom beveled mirrors which can be framed, delivered and properly installed, all by Museum Quality.
Art and Photo Printing
Turn your photos into works of art and preserve them for generations! Even simply printing a photo enlargement on canvas or watercolor paper can give it an artistic feel and an impression of quality that cannot be achieved by printing on paper alone. Also, a typical photograph or photo transfer to canvas will only last about 15 years before fading. Our process will yield a work of art that will last for over a century. Plus, we can also digitally manipulate your photo to create a watercolor or oil painting effect, turning your photo into a truly unique work of art. And, this process costs less than you might imagine.Calculate Print Costs
Digital image and photo restoration services available!
Museum Quality can digitally restore your faded, torn, dirty or water damaged photographs.More on printing...
"The 9th Hole, Pebble Beach Golf Links"
"Renowned for its storied past and ocean front setting, Pebble Beach Golf Links will host the U.S. Open for the fifth time in 2010. With this fine art limited edition, renowned golf landscape artist Linda Hartough has painted what the official Pebble Beach website refers to as truly the most difficult hole on the course. However, its difficulty is tempered by the spectacular setting, and recent course enhancements under the direction of Arnold Palmer."
"When I look at a golf hole, says artist Linda Hartough, I have to see what players like about it how a golfer plays it. Then I see it as landscape as a work of fine art. This print is remarqued with a sketch of the hole, the official 2010 US Open logo, and the official USGA logo. Hartoughs original paintings are in the private collections of Jack Nicholaus, Robert Trent Jones and Rees Jones among other greats of the game. Enliven your office or home with this signed and numbered fine art edition of the most famous location in golf, by the best artist of the subject. "