Wellesley Business Spotlight: Page Waterman Gallery

Page Waterman, Gallery & Framing in Wellesley Square has moved, expanded, and is open for business at 592A Washington Street. The move kicks off the gallery’s 101st year of custom framing and Fine Art sales and restoration as Page Waterman looks forward to the next 100 years of serving their customers. The free parking right at the front door is a nice touch, too.

“One room is specifically for our custom framing services; another is the new Fine Art Gallery, and our restoration work will be performed in a third room,” owner Sturdy Waterman said. “This new location provides space indoors and outdoors where we can add to our list of events which includes the art exhibitions, spotlights on young artists in our NEXT UP! art contest for high school students, plus free appraisal events with Bonhams.”

New Event: “Paintings of New England”

This event features works by well-known Rockport, MA artist T.M. Nicholas. It begins Saturday, September 15 and continues through September 22.

Going forward, Page Waterman will continue the celebration with a full line-up of events you won’t want to miss — a Boston-themed art show; a Japanese prints show; and the Wellesley Square Art Gallery Walk are just a few things on the calendar.

Stop in and check out their new space.

Page Waterman hours:

  • Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
  • Closed Sundays

Or make an appointment with their new online reservation system.

Page Waterman Gallery, Wellesley