Gallagher & Turner, Newcastle

Open Tuesday to Friday 10am – 6pm
Saturday 10am – 5pm
Closed Sunday, Monday and Bank Holidays

Free

Welcome to Gallagher & Turner, specialist picture framer and art gallery. When we first opened in Newcastle city centre in 1990, our aims were to provide both as extensive and as high a standard of craftsmanship in framing as possible.  Through the years, because of this, we have completed many diverse and exciting framing projects for collectors, artists, galleries and museums.

We treat every framing job as special: a snapshot, a postcard, a medal or a sketch are all worthy. Small textiles may seem humble compared to large oils, but may have taken much more time to create.  Framing is an art form in presentation, but is also a skill: it is about preservation, knowledge of materials and careful handling, all learnt over years of experience.

We do gilding and frame restoration, provide a picture conservation service, picture installation services, and all our framing is carried out in our brand new workshop at Hoults Yard in Ouseburn, Newcastle’s creative hub.

Information about our new modern and contemporary art gallery, where we hold exhibitions and exhibit work by well-known local, national and international artists is in both our ‘Exhibitions‘ and ‘Artists‘ sections.

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30 St Mary's Place
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE1 7PQ

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