Is Your Degree Or Your Recent Grads Degree Still Sitting Around? Framing with A Shadow Box From B&J Gallery Is An Amazing Way To Display Your Wonderful Accomplishment.

A Great Graduation Gift!

By Admin, BuyLocalBG.com, BuyLocalBg@gmail.com/
Wednesday, August 1st, 2012 11:00 AM CST

A Shadowbox may be one of the coolest things to display a cherished item, like a diploma/degree along with a cap and gown. B&J Gallery in Bowling Green has an award winning frame shop that has mastered the art of the shadowbox. They have won on the Local Level and Recieved Honorable Mention on the International Level with their framing design.

B&J Gallery are members of PPFA (Professional Picture Framers Association) and have the only MCPF (Master Certified Picture Framer) in Kentucky, one of less than 75 in the world.  B&J Gallery will frame your Treasures using the most current framing standards.

They do not use adhesives to secure items in to thier shadowboxes. They take the time to sew them to the mounting board, use a clear film mounting method, padded wire, object mounts or an attachement which is best suited for and will not harm your items.  Everything in their shadowboxes are reversible.  The only exception will be some photographs which are drymounted but only after a duplicate is made or we are told by you the customer this photo can be easily reproduced and you agree to the mounting method.

They will take the time to help design your shadowbox in a pleasing manner for you, the customer.  B&J Gallery explains the importance of doing no harm to your beloved treasures and helps to insure they remain beloved memories to share with the next generation.

B&J Gallery has also figured a great way to display that school spirit. How about a school spirit frame for The Purple, The Gator, The Raider, The Spartan or The Dragon in your life can put their favorite photo into:

Warren East.

South Warren.

Bowling Green High School.

Warren Central High School.

Keep the memories for a lifetime, at B&J Gallery. So hurry on into their store on 107 Nellums Ave. off Fairview Avenue. They are also online at www.bandjgallery.com and on facebook.

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