Located in the High Desert of California, Hear2heaL Studio has grown beyond the original nature photography gallery which centers the company. Founded in 2002 by Gregg and Sindi Short, the Hear2heaL Nature Photography Studio began as an internet based business. As the couple's photography portfolio grew, they began participating in art shows and street festivals, where they enjoyed meeting nature lovers, art collectors and other photographers and artists. There was also the bonus of adding photographs from new and different California locations, while on the 'working vacation'.
In the summer of 2008, the Hear2heaL Studio opened in a retail center, adding a custom frame shop and portrait studio to the gallery of photographs. At the end of their lease, Gregg and Sindi moved the shop to a larger, nicer shopping center where the business is located today. With the additional space came the inspiration to increase the diversity of the beautiful wall décor and include the works from the artists and photographers who had used the frame shop services throughout the early years.
Hear2heaL Gallery & Frame has grown into a collaborative gallery, featuring works of art and photography from a multitude of gifted artists and photographers. Custom framed Fine Art Reproductions are displayed, as well as limited edition fine art giclées available in the print bins. Each piece is numbered, digitally signed by the artist or photographer and includes a Certificate of Authenticity. Digital capture takes place in the studio, then edited and printed using archival pigment inks and Epson Exhibition Matte Canvas, 100% Cotton Rag Fine Art Paper or Epson Premium Luster professional photography paper.
Hear2heaL Gallery & Frame has become a 'haven in the desert' for both artists and lovers of art. With hundreds of framing choices, a child's school artwork has become a masterpiece. The frames are designed and built with love for the challenge of something unique and different to frame, and always with the goal to bring value and quality to each framing project.