Virginia Street Bridge, Judy Berland

Tiny Planets, Vincent Cascio

Local water color artist Judy Berland’s “Virginia Street Bridge” limited edition giclee is now available exclusively at The Frame Shop at Lakeside. Constructed in 1905 in the heart of downtown Reno, the Virginia Street Bridge became an icon of Reno’s rich and storied past.   Legend has it that new divorcees walked down the Washoe County Courthouse steps, decree in hand, approached the railing of the Virginia Street Bridge and cast their wedding rings into the Truckee River.

The bridge was added to the National Registry of Historic Places in 1980.  After more than a century of use, the bridge was demolished in 2015.  These beautiful giclees make wonderful gifts or souvenirs of your visit to Reno, available exclusively at The Frame Shop at Lakeside, matted or framed. We invite you to stop by and own a piece of Reno’s iconic history.

Whether you are a local or a visitor, we’re sure you’ll enjoy visiting our gallery.  Treat yourself or a friend and feel good about supporting a local business and your local art community!

3-Dimensional "Aspen Art"

The Frame Shop gallery offers an eclectic selection of art for sale in its gallery.  Originally known primarily for its western art, including signed and numbered limited editions by well-known artists such as J. F. Policky, Bev Doolittle, Jack Terry and David Stocklein, more recently the gallery is home to more and more local and regional artists.  While western art will always be represented, The Frame Shop gallery is committed to increasing its focus on local art.  Our current offerings include limited and open editions by Elizabeth Carmel, Linda Dufurrena, Roy Powers, Lady Jill Mueller, Chris Talbot, Barb Kallestad, Dave Guisti, Kazue Kurebayashi and more. We even have two oversize original performance paintings of Jimi Hendrix and Ray Charles by world-renowned Rock & Roll Hall of Famer David Garibaldi.

For our local history buffs, we have a collection of black and white vintage Reno photographic prints dating from the 1930’s and 1940’s, as well as several authentic historic Nevada maps dating from the 1800’s and 1900’s. Our selection varies, so feel free to stop by often.


​​​​​“I created, "A Peaceful Change", in honor of the gentle and colorful change of the aspen leaves as they gloriously announce the changing season from summer to autumn. The aspens glistening Light along with their spritely "quaking" sounds resonating outwardly from one leaf to another, attract us to their astounding splendor. The blue sky fills with an intensity of Light that touches all with its Glorious splendor. Creating my 3-D "Aspen Art" is a multi-faceted lengthy process indeed, with each Aspen intended to represent the special Light and Beauty of the Ever-Expanding Community and Connection of Life. I always construct the roots to reach freely outward, exemplifying the essence of an Aspen's true root system as it grows below the soil in nature, thus creating its own ever-expansive community of Aspen trees, which are all gloriously interconnected!”

New to our gallery, "Tiny Planets" by local photographic artist Vincent Cascio.  In his own words:

"Tiny Planets came to life when I discovered I had all the right combination of images, lenses and software.  Each planet I create takes 28 images to complete.  I know there are many other ways and styles, these are in the style I enjoy most."

Available at The Frame Shop at Lakeside matted or framed, 14" x 14". Other images available, and other sizes available by special order.

Stop by The Frame Shop at Lakeside and personally experience Lainie’s 3-dimensional “Aspen Art” through November. See more of her work at

Lainie Vreeland is a signature member of the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. whose participation in N.A.W.A.’s documented exhibitions have archived her in such prestigious institutions as The Smithsonian Institution Archives, The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Zimmerli Art Museum, The Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Ryerson and Burnham Library at the Art Institution of Chicago, among others.

EST. 1974 • Member PPFA