Lynne Dee's Gallery... a full service picture framing shop and is found among the trees set back from the road in a quaint 1850’s gothic revival house. Originally started by Lynne Richards in 1998, it is now owned by her son, MacLaren. Heather Shaw is the manager at this shop and you will find her very knowledgeable. Inside you will find gifts ranging from rustic to modern and in between. We have handmade jewelry made from buttons, crystals, aluminum, sterling silver and birch bark. There are all kinds of pottery from frogs to wine glasses and garlic keepers. We also carry wearing apparel, old fashioned children's toys, housewares and reproduction furniture. If you like antique prints, you can browse through botanicals, architecture, fashions, and many other categories. We have several already framed and ready for your home. Lynne's son, MacLaren, also owns Riverside Gallery in Warrensburg.


What a gem of a store! I have bought several tables, lamps, a hand hewn bench fashioned from White Birch limbs and various other lovely little objects d'art and am enjoying and loving them all so much! Thank you Lynne for being such a nice person and professional business lady at the same time! Gratefully...


Two locations

For your picture framing needs, you deserve the best design, quality, and value. Lynne Dee's Gallery, located at 85 Troy Road (rte. 4), in East Greenbush and Riverside Gallery, located at 2 Elm Street, in Warrensburg, pride themselves in using the highest quality materials available. Whether your project needs UV quality glazing and acid free matting, or oversize acrylic and security hardware for safe hanging, the experts at Lynne Dee's Gallery and Riverside Gallery know what to do. We can custom frame anything - artwork, precious memories, collectables, kids’ art or anything you can imagine. We look forward to handling all of your custom framing needs. 


  • Custom framing
  • Frame replacement
  • Mat replacement
  • Glass replacement
  • Needlepoint stretching
  • Dry mounting
  • Oval frames
  • Mirrors