Rimrock Art & Frame

1070 S 24th St W
Billings MT 59102
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Opening Hours

  • Mon: 9am-6pm
  • Tue: 9am-6pm
  • Wed: 9am-6pm
  • Thu: 9am-6pm
  • Fri: 9am-6pm
  • Sat: 10am-3pm


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About Rimrock was formed in 1994 by the legendary Howard Crumbacher and his family. Howard ran the shop and built the frames until March, 2004 when the business was purchased by Scott & Karen Cox and their kids. Howard still stops in occasionally to regale us with stories of old. We love seeing him. Under new ownership, Rimrock Art & Frame has continued to thrive and grow through a roller coaster of economic environments over the years. In 2007, we relocated one mile south to a larger and more appropriate space that allows us to take on larger and more challenging projects while still maintaining a fantastic west-end location. We're not just building picture frames at Rimrock Art & Frame. We're building relationships. When you become a customer, we're not closing the deal; we're opening doors. Our success lies in our desire to build customer loyalty through lasting personal connections.ones that result in new friendships that ultimately transcend the business transaction. We hear it over and over again; it's different here. That's what sets us apart! When it comes right down to it, not all custom frame shops are equal. At Rimrock we know that it's not really about the frame or the art. It's about the PEOPLE. The people who buy and sell them. The people who manufacture, use and enjoy them. The people who are gifted with the talent of working with their hands. That's what its really about. We were created to have relationships with other people, and so we crave that personal connection even with the places we do business. At Rimrock we take the time to get to know you and your project so that we can effectively assist you in creating the perfect extension of your personality.and hopefully make a new friend! We believe that quality craftsmanship is still a good value. Sure you pay a little more up front, but custom framed artwork should not be disposable.