New owner of Gold Town Framing, Burnie Clifford, inside his studio/gallery/workshop at Groundwater Rd on Gympie’s Southside.
New owner of Gold Town Framing, Burnie Clifford, inside his studio/gallery/workshop at Groundwater Rd on Gympie’s Southside. Lee Gailer

Burnie's art and soul

EVERYONE has had something framed at one time or another. A work of art, a needlepoint sampler, a certificate or diploma.

With works of art, as with anything you care about, the frame is extremely important.

And in some cases it is the most pleasing thing about the piece.

Gold Town Framing has a long history with Gympie, having supplied professional and amateur artists and photographers with framing material for 20 years.

Previously located at Mellor St, Gold Town Framing was taken over by Burnie Clifford in October last year.

The business had been moved to Mothar Mountain by that stage and Burnie underwent two months of training under the former owner Ellen Jones.

Burnie learned the craft quickly. He was a carpenter for three decades.

He relocated the business to his home at 23 Groundwater Rd, where all work is carried out in the workshop.

Gold Town Framing also supplies stretched canvases and can lace tapestries, mount jerseys or other memorabilia and cut glass to size at the workshop.

Phone Burnie on 5483 9875.

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