PAUL STURMAN: PROPRIETOR
Paul’s introduction to picture framing began while attending business school with an internship at the Elaine Green Art Studio in Braintree in the late 1960s. His ambition to run his own business combined with his experience working with his hands inspired Paul to open up his own framing shop in 1972. Paul has always been a lover of art, and also an avid sports fan. At Frantic Framers, these two passions unite with unusual sports memorabilia shadowboxes, and artfully displayed sports keepsakes. Paul has been a member of the New England Professional Picture Framers Association (NEPPFA) since the 1980’s.

BEST PART OF THE JOB:
Paul is tremendously proud of running the framing business for over 40 years. He takes great pleasure in successfully pleasing his clientele, and feels immeasurable gratification from thoroughly satisfied and impressed customers.

CHALLENGES OF THE JOB:
Paul’s goal is, and has always been, to achieve perfection in all aspects of framing and running a business. This lofty goal is the biggest challenge of all, but Paul has attained success and continues to prove it in the fine work produced by Frantic Framers.