We’re Moving And Expanding

We are moving and expanding at our new location 592a Washington Street, Wellesley Square.

592a Washington Street is where our corporate offices and restoration studio have been since 1983.

We’re moving 592 feet from our current location on Church Street around the corner and “back home” to 592a Washington Street, where our corporate offices and restoration studio have been located since 1983.

“This has a nice ring to it for a few reasons. The business was founded in 1917 and so as we begin our second 100 years of business, our move “home” is perfect for our plans to further enhance and upgrade our personalized services, host more events and provide free parking on site,” said Sturdy Waterman, owner.

We close these doors on Tuesday, June 19. The new location will open Monday, July 2, 2018.

See Below For Details About Our Moving Sale!

(l to r) Jeff Johnson, Nike's first full-time wage earner; Bill Rodgers local running legend and four-time Boston Marathon winner; and Sturdy Waterman, owner of Page Waterman.

(l to r) Jeff Johnson, Nike’s first full-time wage earner; Bill Rodgers, local running legend and four-time winner of the Boston Marathon; Sturdy Waterman, owner of Page Waterman.

Their new gallery and custom framing location at 592a Washington Street is set back slightly from the road behind the Century 21 Commonwealth building, directly across the street from the recently opened Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse (formerly Blue Ginger).

“One room will be specifically for our custom framing services; another will be the new Art Gallery At Page Waterman and our restoration work will be performed in a third room,” Sturdy explained. “This new location provides ample free parking with spaces indoors and outdoors where we can add to our list of events which includes the NEXT UP! art contest for high school students, free appraisal events with Bonhams and art exhibitions.”

592a Washington Street Has A Place In History
592a Was built in 1867 initially as a private home and later became a residence hall called Maple Lodge for Dana Hall School. While preparing it for The Gallery, a student’s journal was discovered under floor boards.

Sturdy’s father, Frank, leased the building in 1966 to Jeff Johnson, Nike’s first full-time wage earner and the author of the brand name which is now the world’s largest supplier of athletic shoes and apparel.
Jeff Johnson revisited the site along with local running legend Bill Rodgers as part of the Nike Heritage Tour in 2016, showing current Nike employees important landmarks in Nike’s history.

Sturdy said, “As an avid runner myself, and as someone who appreciates history, I like the idea that we’re opening up this unique location to the community and to be a new center of activity in Wellesley Square.”


Save 40% To 50% Off Framed Art In The Gallery

Sale ends June 16, 2018

Sale applies to in-store purchases only. All sales final. No further discounts apply. The custom framing is not on sale. Does not apply to purchases made prior to May 30, 2018.