Ripplinger Fine Art Gallery and Framing

Custom Framing   .    Local artists  .   Handmade pottery  .  Handmade blown glass .  Much more!

CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING

Complete custom picture framing studio specializing in conservation framing, design consultation and corporate services.

Mats, moulding, glass replacement, drymounting, canvas stretching & more.

Call (306)791-7888 or email [email protected] to book a consultation today!


Complete custom picture framing studio specializing in conservation framing, design consultation and corporate services.

Mats, moulding, glass replacement, drymounting, canvas stretching & more.

 Featured Artist  Henry Ripplinger 

Exclusively featuring the renowned prairie paintings and prints of Henry Ripplinger, along with over 25 top local and Canadian artisans, Ripplinger Fine Art Gallery & Custom Picture Framing is considered one of the top galleries in Saskatchewan. 

Visit HenryRipplinger.com to view all available Limited Edition prints.  Each print is available to be custom framed. 

Also available are frameable art cards with each of Henry's classic images for $9.99. These cards can be framed in a single, double or triple frame. For $55, $155 and $235.

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Some of the Gallery artisans include:

Henry Ripplinger -Saskatchewan Artist

Stuart Pacholko - Panoramic Photography

Ken Lonechild - Aboriginal Artist

Kim Menzies - Contemporary Artist

Simone McLeod - Aboriginal Artist

Jacqueline Berting - Glass Wheat

Susan Remenda-Penrose - Ceramic Prairie Tiles

Daniel Maxwell - Ceramic Canoe Chip & Dip Sets

Lydia Greter - Watercolor Artist

Ian & Kim Grant - Metal Work

And more!

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