DANIA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Fine Arts Gallery is celebrating the international day for lovers with special discounts on framed artwork.
"Valentine's Day is special and it is always a challenge to find just the right gift for your special someone," said Rita Spinelli, Merchandising Manager. "We're offering these discounts on framed artwork for the holiday because we believe in giving a gift that can last a lifetime and doesn't make a person gain weight."
GFAGallery.com offers framed art from a large number of artists in a variety of media. The artwork ranges from traditional to modern.
GFAGallery.com has a wide variety of frames to choose from and can be customized on the website.
All original artwork is framed with quality materials selected to ensure the best presentation of the artwork. This preserves the integrity of the work and protects it. Shipping is free for all artwork.
If you are unsure of what kind of frame or mat to select, the website allows you to see any artwork selection framed in different styles with a click of the mouse, giving the buyer a wide variety of choice. Our extensive experience in framing led to a selection of frames and mats on the site to complement the artwork to individual tastes and decor styles.
"Fine art is something that is appreciated for years to come. It can be something that is handed down to future generations too. Because it is a Valentine gift, it will have added meaning to those who receive it in the future," she said.
Global Fine Arts, Inc. is one of the premier art dealers in the United States. The company has operated art auction and sales programs at sea since 1998. Global Fine Arts offers not only sales expertise, but a full-service art procurement, framing and fulfillment operation that services Princess Cruises and other cruise lines. As one of the largest sellers of fine art in the United States, the company offers extensive industry knowledge, which combined with volume purchasing, provides a unique edge in buying power and operational efficiencies that few land galleries can achieve.
SOURCE Global Fine Arts Gallery