Welcome to Houston’s Custom Framing & Fine Art

We have Moved!  After 21 years in our beautiful downtown location we’ve moved into a fun new space that’s easy to get to and with parking!  Our new address is 280 E. Hersey St., #11 in the Hersey St. Business Park. Please come visit us at our new space!  We’ll have new pictures coming soon!

We are your complete resource for all custom framing needs for the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Owner Thomas Houston has been framing professionally for over 30 years and has also achieved the  M.C.P.F.(Master Certified Picture Framer) designation by the Professional Picture Framer’s Association. There are currently fewer than 100 MCPFs in the world and is the only framer in the state of Oregon to have this designation.  He has the unique ability to merge artistic creativity with technical ability. Thomas is also a nationally exhibited artist with a B.F.A. in painting from the San Fransisco Art Institute.

We have been nationally recognized as a leader in design and craftsmanship, with articles featured in Picture Framing Magazine as well as other awards and distinctions within the art and framing industry.

Our mission is to provide our customers with optimum value by offering the highest level of service, finest quality materials, workmanship and design.   From the smallest, simplest child’s drawing to works by the Masters, family photographs, heirloom treasures, needlework,  Aunt Martha’s spoon collection or any other kind of special project, we give every piece our fullest attention.  Our moulding selection is one of the largest in the Pacific Northwest and ranges from natural woods to 23k gold – contemporary to period reproductions, and everything in between – from the simple to the sublime.


In addition to our expert framing services we are pleased to offer high quality digital services, which include scanning, printing and photo restoration.

Our gallery represents an array of nationally and internationally recognized artists including gallery owner, Thomas M. Houston, Stephen McMillan, Erin Lee-GafillYuji Hiratsuka and Richard Spare among others.