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COVID-19 NEWS

We are now open for business. Due to the COVID-19, we are open Monday through Friday from 12-5 and Saturday 12-2. We will keep our hours updated here for subsequent weeks and hope to be fully operational as soon as possible.

Appointments are not required, but feel free to call us at 512-306-1064, text us at 512-920-6094, or email us at dan@austinartframe.com to schedule an appointment or to let us help with your art, printing, and framing needs.

You can also use our website to Submit Art, Order Giclee Prints, Submit Reviews, and Contact Us to let us know how we can help.

Stay healthy and hope to see you soon.

FINE ART GALLERY NEWS

The Austin Fine Art Gallery website has been improved in the following ways:

  • Mobile Friendly
  • Easier Menu Navigation
  • Easier Submission of Art
  • Easier Search for Art
  • Search Website by Keywords
  • Optional Artist Size/Price Defaults
  • Visualize and Order Art

Let us know if you are having any issues with the website or if you would like any other improvement. To contact us, simply click below:

GICLEE PRINTING NEWS

The Austin Giclee Printing website has been improved in the following ways:

  • Mobile Friendly
  • Easier Menu Navigation
  • Easier Search for Giclees
  • Search Website by Keywords
  • Giclee Imaging Information
  • Giclee Size and Price Calculators
  • Visualize and Order Your Giclee

Let us know if you are having any issues with the website or if you would like any other improvement. To contact us, simply click below:

CUSTOM FRAMING NEWS

The Austin Custom Framing website has been improved in the following ways:

  • Mobile Friendly
  • Easier Menu Navigation
  • Search for Frames
  • Search Website by Keywords
  • Order Your Jersey Framed
  • Visualize Your Image Framed

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PRODUCT HELP

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SIZE HELP

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EDGES HELP

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MOUNTING HELP

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FRAME HELP

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MAT HELP

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Artist
Marcy Ann Villafana


Marcy Ann Villafana was born in Southern, California in 1968. A completely self taught artist, she took a few life drawing classes in her late 40s to hone in on some anatomical drawing skills. She currently resides north of Austin, Texas in Leander.

Working in a variety of mediums, including charcoal, conté, paper, a variety of paint types, photography, and graphic design, Marcy Ann has been exhibiting and selling her art since the late 80s, and has taken time in between to raise a family and grow a thriving career in graphic and web design (ModCat Design) for the past 31 years.

As a young child she drew on any and everything, making her mark on all her surroundings. She was blessed in always having drawing tools, glue and scissors at her disposal. She even cut her sister's eye lashes off at the age of three, without her parents' permission of course. She developed a very exact and precise form of cutting and drawing.

Inspired by the works of Patrick Nagel, Robert Wyland and Robert Mapplethorpe, a child of the 80's, Marcy Ann derived her own style through the love of cutting paper. This particular form of art is an expression of her need to control her environment. Unlike other artists who can paint and draw (which she does as well), she finds satisfaction in the precision of cutting the papers with a plain old Exacto knife and their textures.

Nothing new - nothing fancy. No templates - no machines. Not the new cutting techniques or gadgets - no curved blades, just her hands, eyes, and a straight blade. Marcy Ann developed this style as a teenager as a result of her near-sightedness.

Marcy Ann's work is mostly of the feminine form. Currently she is playing with color, childhood dreams, sharing her love of the oceans and life essential water. Feeling freedom and gratitude.

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