In Home Consulting and Curating
We love what we do.
We offer distinctive and creative custom picture framing designs which will showcase your fine art, preserve your family treasures and revitalize a family heirloom.
Sometimes doing it yourself doesn’t always pan out. That's when you can rely on our knowledge and experience instead. We'll save you time by visiting your home, office or studio and address your needs in the room where the art will be displayed.
With our expertise and easy-going manner, we will will guide you through the design process so that your finished piece will suit your needs and be stylistically versatile for years to come.
Please contact us for your free, initial in-home or in-office consultation.
We’re committed to the fine arts and to serving our clients in their home or workplace and preserving that which is important to them with highest quality custom framing, best value and excellent service.
"Sharon's ability to work with my new room decor and wall color produced a fresh, updated look on our old artwork
without breaking the bank! Thank you".
Sharon Nielsen Kraynak grew up in Delaware County, graduated from Kutztown University and settled in Montgomery County where she and her husband raised five children. She has been an active participant in the Greater Philadelphia art scene for over thirty years as a partner in a family art supply and picture framing business, custom framing associate at Blick Art Materials, Gallery Director of Silverman Gallery and Studio Manager for fine art photographer, Wendy Paton.
Sharon Lee specializes in unique design, preservation, shadow boxes and fine art framing. We have the tools, skills and desire to provide you with an exceptional experience. We promise to work with quality products, integrity, reliability and excellent communication.
110 N. Main Street, 3rd Floor, Doylestown, PA 18901
Sharon is also an artist. Creativity is a central source of meaning in her life. "In life, most of what is interesting and important to me is the result of using my creativity". It all started when she was young and began creating collage style greeting cards for family and friends for various occasions. At the same time, while camping and capturing family memories with her Kodak, the photography bug bit and it remains. On raising her five children, Sharon said, "photography helped me capture and find the order and beauty in all of that chaos".
Currently, Sharon is drawn to the interaction of movement and reflection, both in architecture and nature. "I want my images to cause the viewer to pause for a moment, then realize the ordinary is captured from a unique perspective".
As a jewelry artist, Sharon creates unique designs using repurposed costume jewelry and gently used guitar strings.
Contact me for jewelry or photograph purchases.