Paul Nebenzahl Exhibit in Evanston


Evanston native Paul Nebenzahl began painting with watercolors 20 years ago. His initial subject matter was the Italian countryside.  He started painting in acrylics ten years ago, and began printing his drawings done on the iPad over the past two years.  His work ranges from studies of flowers and birds, of water tanks, of portraiture and of imaginary cityscapes.  His more abstract iPad drawings have been printed on glossy photographic paper, which reproduces their luminosity well.  A seasoned musician and a focused poet, Nebenzahl has always been interested in the visual arts as a means of both deep personal introspection and broad external social consciousness.

See his work now through June 15th at our Evanston location. 


Ausrine Kerr : Friday, May 1st, 6-8pm : Artist Reception

Ausrine Kerr :

Exhibiting May 1st thru May 25th @ The Evanston Frame Warehouse


Intaglio/ relief printmaking for me is a natural extension of my earlier work in leather.  I’ve found that any method of printmaking can remove boundaries  and allows me to continuously enjoy the materials and techniques.  The relief prints have striking boldness. If one pauses for a second glance, there will be seen some wonderful subtlety as well as details in lines and shapes.

High relief, earthy colors and simple concepts are my “corner stones”. I build a piece in layers, using different surfaces, materials and patterns to create depth both in form and meaning. Each layer works with and against the layer beneath it. I use printmaking techniques in order to create rich textural surface on paper and leather.   The possibilities seem endless.

Please visit Ausrine's website to explore more of her many crafts, or to sign up for a class with her!

Framing an Original Beatles Print


Our challenge was framing an original print from the photographer Sharokh Hatami of the first color photos he took of The Beatles backstage at the Cavern Club in Liverpool. The subtle colors of the matting really puts the focus on the image and of course Museum glass does the rest! Thanks to our Evanston customer who collects early Rock and Roll images!!!!



Sharokh Hatami photograph of The Beatles backstage at the Cavern Club in Liverpool.