The Elizabethan Gallery is a family-run, full service art gallery and custom framing store. Owner Liz Walker entered the art and frame business in 1978, and her impeccable taste and creative, personalized service has ensured her success ever since. Located at its current location at 680 Jefferson Highway since 1988, The Elizabethan Gallery is a must-see for art-lovers in the Baton Rouge area.
One-day framing, even during the busy Christmas season, has for many years set the Elizabethan Gallery apart from other frame shops. The only local store that provides custom framing orders right up until Christmas Eve, the Gallery chops its moulding from thousands of feet of wood and metal moulding available in-stock.
Creative matte cutting as well as circular and oval frames and matte openings are but a few of the expert services available. The Gallery also provides the detailed craftsmanship required for restoration of antique frames, photos, and artwork. After restoration, the store can have copy negatives made of photos and re-assembles your artwork in a framing package that will conserve it for years to come.
Free consultation services are a great idea for small business firms or individuals who do not feel the need nor want the expense of a professional decorator. Moreover, the Elizabethan Gallery can hang your artwork for you, as well as pick up and deliver it to you. The Gallery's hours are from 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Always a friendly place to visit, Elizabethan Gallery invites you to browse the beautiful artwork on display at 680 Jefferson Highway. Reach them by phone at 225.924.6437. Located in the Mid City Art and Design Cultural District, original works of art enjoy tax free status from City Parish sales tax and only 3% for Louisiana State sales tax.
If you don't already own a piece of artwork, you are sure to find something you like amid the store's large stock of limited-edition prints, lithographs, graphic posters, etchings, serigraphs, antique prints, and of course, beautiful originals.