The Walking Man Frame Shop & Gallery
The Walking Man Frame Shop & Gallery is a locally owned and run professional frame shop and gallery in downtown Whitefish, Montana. It specializes in conservation framing techniques and unique designs. For example, some of the frames are made from salvaged wood by Kim Lucier in the nearby town of Trego. Contemporary art & sculpture by local and regional artists is also exhibited in the gallery. The artwork of Andrea Brew, Peter Moore, and Danny Kraus appear in some of pictures on this page.
The Walking Man Frame Shop & Gallery donates 1% of yearly profits to local arts education programs and participates in the Whitefish First Thursday Gallery Nights, which run from May-October of each year. New & often thought-provoking exhibits are on display each month during the gallery nights season.
If you are looking for a unique and local gift or piece of art to take home from your trip to the Crown of the Continent, look no further than The Walking Man Frame Shop & Gallery!
The Walking Man Frame Shop & Gallery can be found at the corner of Baker Ave and 3rd Street in downtown Whitefish, one block west of Central Ave. It is located in one of the oldest houses in town and you can't miss the large sculptures in the front & side yard!