Our new space, inside and out.

Houston’s Custom Framing & Fine Art

280 E. Hersey St., Suite 11, Ashland, OR 97520
541-482-1983 or 877-566-5542
10 - 6, Tues. - Sat.

We showcase the works of nationally and internationally recognized artists including Yuji Hiratsuka,  Stephen McMillan, Erin Lee-Gafill, Thomas M. Houston and others.

In addition, we offer distinctive framing for all of your artwork, photos, needlework and memorabilia. Complete conservation/restoration services are available. Our framing and designs have been nationally recognized for its excellence.  With over 30 years experience, Thomas M. Houston is the only M.C.P.F. (Master Certified Picture Framer) in the Pacific Northwest.

Now available, photo restoration – come check it out!


Currently Featured:

Gallery artists group show – Thomas M. Houston, Russell Chatham, Stephen McMillan and others

Russell Chatham - "July"

Russell Chatham - "July"

We are currently having a group show of our gallery artists’ work.

Featured are the rare works by California artist, Russell Chatham, aquatint etchings by Stephen McMillan, whimsical chine colle etchings by Yugi Hiratsuka and

paintings, pastels and unique digital prints by gallery owner, Thomas M. Houston.

Also on display are the works of California plein air painter, Erin Lee-Gafill as well as British print maker, Richard Spare and Ashland photographer, Sean Bagshaw.

A selection from our previous exhibit of original production drawings and animation cells of Charlie Brown artwork is still in the gallery.

Hanalei Bay, watercolor by T. Houston

“Hanalei Bay” watercolor by Thomas M. Houston

Erin Lee-Gafill, "Barn, Mountain, Field", iol on board.

Erin Lee-Gafill

Yugi Hiratsuka - "Festive Flowers"

“Festive Flowers”, Yugi Hiratsuka

"To the Levee" 42x30" oil on canvas by Thomas M. Houston

“To the Levee”, oil on canvas by Thomas M. Houston

"Grazing Slope", pastel on paper by Thomas M. Houston

“Grazing Slope”, pastel by Thomas M. Houston

Tattered and Swift, Sean Bagshaw, photography

“Tattered and Swift”, photograph by Sean Bagshaw

"Supper time!" Original animation cell set up.

“Supper Time!” micro edition animation cell and story board giclee.