All art deserves to be framed

Wilson Picture Framing was founded by Guy Wilson and opened for business at 822 N. 4th Mount Vernon, WA 98273 on April 20, 1992.

We were voted best local picture framing in the Business Pulse "People's Choice Awards" for 2007.

Our philosophy is that all "art" deserves to be framed and preserved whether it's worth one dollar or a thousand dollars! If you love it, you should have it framed. We treat all things equally. We frame everything from note cards, calendar pages and children's art to signed and numbered lithographs and original works of art from all over the world. We care about quality products and preserving your artwork, not what it may or may not be worth.

Over the years, our best advertising has come through word-of-mouth by our customers. There's no better example of your work than a happy customer!

We are happy to assist you in picking out matting and framing for your piece. There are many approaches to picture framing and selecting what you want, and we want to make sure you are happy with your selection. We are not here to tell you what to do! You are the one who gets to hang it in your home and enjoy it for years to come!

  • We deal exclusively with Larson-Juhl for all of our framing supplies.
  • All work is done on-site, nothing ever leaves the store.
  • We have very competitive prices - always 20 to 30% off the national list prices.

Enjoy it more, Frame it!

If you are having difficulty visualizing what your artwork will look like once it is framed, ask us about our Image Visualization station... We can take a photo of your artwork with different framing options, and show you what the finish product will look like!

Contact Us

822 N. 4th Street
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
(360) 336-2139

Wilson Picture Framing is such a great place! Everyone there is so easy to work with and the showroom is just this beautiful art gallery. If you have never visited them before I strongly encourage you to take the time to stop in. 

Landy DeField
Synergy Ninjas

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