1 Frontier Frames
2008-D St. Michael’s Drive

Frank Peacock, co-owner and manager of Frontier Frames along with Ken Kirk, sums up why SFR readers repeatedly vote the business the Best: “We handle each piece as if it’s priceless, whether it’s children’s art or Gustave Baumann. Our reputation is made on attentive customer service, fair prices and an excellent product. We stock all of our materials for a quick turnaround and use only museum-quality stock,” Peacock says. Framing is an art in and of itself, and the business works closely with customers to create the perfect setting for not only two-dimensional pieces but also ceramics and artifacts. “We’re currently staging an antique Plains Indian vest in a plexi-glass box as well as working on a display for a small white porcelain Kabuki mask, for example,” Peacock says. “We try to live up to the highest standard—our customers are going to be living with what we do for a long time.” And voting accordingly, apparently.

2 Valdes Picture Frames & Art
1006 Marquez Place

3 Goldleaf Framemakers of Santa Fe
627 W. Alameda St.