HOURS

Monday - Thursday 9-7                    Friday 9-6                    Saturday 11-5

 

FINE ART

We represent many contemporary New York City artists and hold regular exhibitions and artist receptions.  Owner Doug Smith often says, "There is not a high rise building in FiDi, Battery Park or the Seaport that I have not been in, most of them multiple times, designing a home or office for a client. When they bring me into their private space and ask for my recommendation, that is a special moment because they know I do my job well." 

FRAMING

Strong design. On time. Master quality. It's that simple but takes passion to achieve. Our family has been continuously selling art and custom framing in the Financial District since 1981 and we take pride in our depth of knowledge, which extends from framing basic posters to exhibitions for museums and Chelsea galleries. Everything is done on site in our 2,000 square foot productions facility so when you bring your art here it does not leave until it leaves with you.   


OUR STORY

Established in 1981 at 68 Greenwich Street, partners Doug Smith and Jane Chun Smith are the second generation to run the gallery, and are focused on creating an art scene in the Financial District. Continually servicing the needs of Wall Street corporations, the gallery has expanded its audience to the community.  Dedicated to showcasing emerging artists from NYC, with an emphasis on the local street art scene, and constantly finding artists and new ways to present them.   The gallery is currently located in 120 Broadway, and continues to progressively grow with its neighborhood.  


EXPERIENCES

We pride ourselves on the work we have done and the relationships we have fostered with our clients over the years. Curations we have done include:

  • U.S. Senate Main Rotuna in Washington D.C.
  • New York Stock Exchange Trading Floor Auction Display for Members Only (multiple years)
  • New York Stock Exchange Executive Wing
  • 34,000 sq. ft. on the 69th floor of 4 World Trade Center
  • Main entrance display in the oldest court house in the nation on a national historic landmarked wall
  • American Express Executive Wing
  • Largest courtroom illustration show in the world
  • Most expensive apartment listed at the time in Manhattan
  • Dozens of penthouse apartments in Lower Manhattan