This Year's Showings (2012)...

To Be Announced...

Expressive Frames & Photos By Tobi
can be found at the following retail locations:

The Little Glass Hut
Lebret, SK
(306) 332-3737
Open Friday to Sunday 10 am - 5 pm
Opening in May

The Letterbox Gallery & Gifts
220 James St N
Lumsden, SK
(306) 731-3300


Gone Scrappin'
120 Main St
Rossburn, MB
(204) 859-3334

RCMP Heritage Centre Gift Shop
5907 Dewdney Ave
Regina, SK
(306) 522-7333

The Cornerstone Market
Melville, SK
(306) 728-5455

The Wood Bin Gallery
Watson, SK


Portage & District Arts Centre
11 2nd Street NE
Portage La Prairie, MB

Fragile Glass Studio
1415 Hwy 17 East
Kenora, ON
(807) 468-7100


Northern Lights Gift Shop
Sioux Narrows, ON
(807) 226-5532

Wasagaming Community Arts Centre
Wasagaming, MB
Riding Mountain National Park
Opening in May

Solid Gound
Arts & Coffee Room

Lorette, MB

Wilno Craft Gallery
Wilno, ON
Just east of Algonquin Park, 2 hours from Ottawa.

Ye Old Barn
Onanole, MB
South of Riding Mountain National Park Entrance
Open Summer Long Weekends Only



At all events I attend, many items are available for purchase: Hand-painted framed photography, photographic prints framed and unframed. All items will feature my own photographic images. I am a craftsperson because I work with my own originals; I print, laminate, mount, and frame in my residential working studio; and I attend all shows.

Past Exhibitions

Through My Eyes

Wasagaming, MB May 18-June 13, 2007
Home Is Where My Story Begins
Regina, SK April 22-June 7, 2006

Eastern Manitoba Artists' Co-op

Selkirk, MB April 28 - May 31, 2008

When you are looking for me at a show, just look for this dispaly. My displayed images will change continuously, however my new booth allows you to walk right in and enjoy!

The Expressive Frames by Tobi Ann Baumgartner Sale Display

This was how I first started. A table to be proud of!

Photograph courtesy
Ben Checkowy


The displays have come a long way since the beginning and are evolving all the time...

Colors are much more true when they aren't competing with the background and so the evolution of displays has been to black. I still experiment with each set up and this is one of them!