Gregg Frame Studio has been providing personalized custom framing services in central Ohio for over sixty years. Founded by Al Gregg in 1953, the original business was primarily a photography studio that occasionally offered framing services. By the time Gregg decided to retire from photography in 1982, the framing side of the business had become substantial enough to continue on its own. Although the business has moved twice during its tenure, it has always remained within Bexley, maintaining its status as an established community fixture. We are now located at 537 South Drexel Avenue, right around the corner from the historic Drexel Theatre.

As the oldest custom frame shop in Columbus, Gregg Frame Studio has had the opportunity to work with many of this area's finest museums and galleries, including the Columbus Museum of Art, the Zanesville Museum of Art, Hammond Harkins Galleries, and Keny Galleries, as well as numerous local artists and private collectors. From Columbus natives such as George Bellows and Alice Schille, to world renowned figures like Rauschenberg and Warhol, Gregg Frame has been trusted with exciting projects for six decades because we pride ourselves in custom framing with the highest quality materials and craftsmanship. We have clients who remember being the subject of a Gregg photo shoot during the early years of the business, who still come to us for framing today.