Bethlehem Press

Monday, December 11, 2017
Girl on the Hill owner Dawn Moser said she loves the history of downtown Bethlehem. She is a graduate of Saucon Valley HS, Northampton Community College and Kutztown University, and over the past 15 years has worked on art installations and framing projects for local artists, ArtsQuest, Lehigh University, Lehigh Valley Hospital and the Sands Casino. Girl on the Hill owner Dawn Moser said she loves the history of downtown Bethlehem. She is a graduate of Saucon Valley HS, Northampton Community College and Kutztown University, and over the past 15 years has worked on art installations and framing projects for local artists, ArtsQuest, Lehigh University, Lehigh Valley Hospital and the Sands Casino.
PRESS PHOTOS BY NATE JASTRZEMSKIGirl on the Hill Framing occupies the storefront of longtime resident Joe Pasco, who owned a shoe repair shop at 645 New St. for decades. “I like that I’m in a cobbler’s shop,” said owner Dawn Moser, for whom hands-on work is a family tradition. She grew up on a small farm just outside Hellertown. PRESS PHOTOS BY NATE JASTRZEMSKIGirl on the Hill Framing occupies the storefront of longtime resident Joe Pasco, who owned a shoe repair shop at 645 New St. for decades. “I like that I’m in a cobbler’s shop,” said owner Dawn Moser, for whom hands-on work is a family tradition. She grew up on a small farm just outside Hellertown.

Framing what you love

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 by Nate Jastrzemski njastrzemski@tnonline.com in Local News

After years in an Eastside studio, Girl on the Hill Framing has moved to a new shop in center city. Offering custom framing for home and business use, art preservation and the sale of vintage pieces, owner Dawn Moser said she relishes the chance to help people find creative answers to their questions about art and family relics. “For me, that’s creating a time capsule for preserving memories,” she said. Call 610-849-2295 or visit https://girlonthehillframing.com/