Jonathan Frost Gallery and Frame Shop
Jonathan Frost, proprietor and master framer
The Jonathan Frost Gallery and Frame Shop was established in May of 2007 with two main purposes: to bring varied, interesting, emotionally engaging, well-executed art to viewers in mid-coast Maine and to provide mid-coast residents and visitors with top-quality framing services.
We’ve Moved! The Gallery and Frame shop is just around the corner from our old location. We are getting ready for our new 2014 season of shows with new and continuing artists. The frame shop is open for your business so please stop by with your latest framing needs. Thank you for your past, present, and continuing support.
We’re now at the corner of Main Street and Park Drive in
Rockland, next to the Park Street Grille.
279 Main St, Rockland Maine 04841
Just south from The Farnsworth Art Museum
Hours: Monday – Saturday 9 – 5
We present an exhibit of new work by Rockland artist Susan Beebe and New York artist Rachel Burgess. The show, entitled Home, will open on Friday, October 4, with a gala Artist’s Reception from 5 – 8, featuring live jazz by Steve Lindsay and Friends. The exhibit will run through November […]See more
We are happy to announce an exhibit of new work by Tenants Harbor artist Phoebe Bly. The show will open on Friday, September 6th, with a gala Artist’s Reception from 5 – 8, featuring live jazz by Steve Lindsay and Friends. The exhibit will run through October 2. Phoebe Bly has shown […]See more
We are happy to announce an exhibition of new paintings by Deer Isle artist Siri Beckman and Sedgwick artist Louise Bourne. The show, Transition/Interval, will open on Friday, August 2 and run through September 4.See more
We are happy to present Jonathan Frost’s first solo show in prime season since he opened his gallery and frame shop in 2006. Roses, Romance, and Roller Derby will open on Friday, July 5, and run through July 31.See more
The Gallery is delighted to announce collaboration with Sally MacVane, the well-known Midcoast gallerist, who represented Monhegan and New York artist Leo Brooks for many years at her Gallery-by-the-Sea in Port Clyde. Ms. MacVane has selected the Jonathan Frost Gallery to offer examples from her extensive legacy of work by Brooks, who died in 1993.See more