Welcome to Collins Artworks!

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UPDATE, 06/10/2015: We are up and running at our new location at 167 Church Street, across the street from Thai Time Restaurant. There is still lots of stuff to put away but we’re settling in. Come on in and see our new home!

167 Church Street

Our new home: 167 Church Street, Clinton, MA

Please note that we changed our hours. We are now open 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Saturday. We are also open by appointment outside those hours, so call if you need special arrangements. Because we are in transition, we recommend that you call ahead to make sure we will be at the shop.

Thanks for your patience during this time of change. We really do appreciate it.

»»»»»» Sign up now for our after school or Saturday kids art classes: award winning, fun, creative, educational, and affordable. --- Other programs: private, homeschool, birthday parties, kid paint parties, teens, portfolio development for college - Go to Kids Classes page for info. --- Adult painting parties: Have fun with your friends creating your own acrylic or watercolor painting. Go to Adult Classes for details. --- New matted prints for $20 and $35. Makes great gifts. --- We now sell quality prints of antique maps of Clinton & Ireland. Comes with 20% off framing. --- We do fine art printing on canvas and paper large or small, banners or wall size. --- Stay tuned for our coming grand reopening! ««««««

Now Registering for Summer Vacation Camp!

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2015 Summer Art Camp

Full credit will be given to students who registered for February vacation art camp, which we had to cancel because of building failure at our old location. The six weeks of Summer Art Camp will be held at our new location at 167 Church Street, Clinton, MA. Click on the image for more information and to register and/or make payments.

A Note on Who We Are and What We Do

We (Sherry and Steve Collins) founded Collins Artworks in Clinton, Massachusetts, with a vision of  promoting the work of local artists by offering a suite of art-related products and services to the community. Our gallery carries original works of art, along with prints, cards, and other art products created by over thirty local artists.

We are also a full service custom frame shop, specializing in archival quality framing, canvas stretching, and framing supplies at great prices.

“This is a fantastic family business. Nice to have a great place so close to home that does impeccable work for a reasonable price. I have had four pieces of artwork framed here now, and every job is done perfectly. It seems like a great place for kids parties too!” – Cathy Grayzel

We can create high quality reproductions of your fine art, photos, and other items. We specialize in fine art reproductions (giclée), and can create restored prints of damaged and faded artwork and photos.

Our kids art classes are a great after school and Saturday activity, building self-esteem through the joy of creativity. And our adult classes and workshops cover a range of media for students at all skill levels.

We carry a growing selection of art supplies at steep discounts and can special order anything we don’t have in stock.

We provide art consulting services for businesses and institutions, graphic design, signs and banners, and professional photography.

Our Art on Rotation Gallery represents over eighty local artists, showing their work at Thayer Memorial Library in Lancaster, MA, at Thai Time Restaurant in Clinton, MA and at the Collins Artworks gallery space in Clinton, MA.

In everything we do, we are committed to giving you uncompromising quality, a great price, and true customer service, the traditional hallmarks of a local, small business.

“I have a couple of my recent paintings on view at Collins Artworks Art Center in Clinton, MA. I’ve worked with them (Sheryll and Steve) since 2007 and they’ve sold a number of my works over the years. I can highly recommend them for framing, giclees, original art, etc. So if you’re in the vicinity, check them out! — with Collins Artworks.” – Scott Niemi.