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About Us

Monroe Street Framing came into being in 1983 at the original location of 2616 Monroe Street. After quickly outgrowing the space, the shop moved in 1988 into the current location at 1901 Monroe Street, a historic prairie-style building previously home to doctors' offices and a bomb shelter during WWII.

In recent years the shop has been providing exceptional framing services to a broad base of commercial and residential clients and local organizations, including the Chazen Museum, EPIC, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Duluth Trading Company the Wisconsin State Historical Society and many other local businesses and organizations. They have recently expanded their facilities to include a full custom wood shop in nearby Green County, WI.  We are proud to say that we have always been, and always will be, locally owned and owner operated.


Michelle Waldeck, MS


Michelle is a graduate of Mount Mary University in Milwaukee, WI and Edgewood College in Madison, WI with formal training in Studio Art and Art Therapy.  She has been a custom picture framer since 1994 and loves all aspects of the process.  She is an accomplished designer and loves a challenging project.  When not at the shop, you may find her cooking, gaming, knitting, watching British TV or planning home remodeling projects.  She currently sits on the board of the Madison Print Club .


Fernanda Loaiza

Design/custom framing

Fernanda is a Colombian native that most recently hails from San Francisco. Not only is she an astute designer with a keen eye, she is a talented crafts-person in many different areas. She will happily make you a truly organic purse, turn you into a member of the walking dead through movie makeup magic or explain the delights of engineering your own cozy rat complex . Se habla espanol.


Jeremy Wineberg, MFA


Jeremy has art degrees from the University of Delaware and Millersville University of Pennsylvania.  With over 20 years year experience in the framing industry, he enjoys every aspect of the craft, from design to installation.  He also is a practicing artist and a contributing editor to Spackle Madison .  As a co-curator of the Little Galleries project he also runs Little Monroe Gallery in front of the shop from May until November.