The Frazetta Art Museum is run by Frank Frazetta Jr, his wife Lori, and their son William. It is run on hours that could be considered odd to some. This is because Frank Jr and Lori both work their normal jobs during the week, and William is a full-time nursing student who covers the museum on Thursdays and Fridays to allow his parents to continue their original jobs to provide for their family.

The museum was to be closed for good in 2009, but Frank Jr fought hard to make sure it would stay open to the public for generations to come. Art, to us, is one of the most important pieces to any cultural puzzle, and without it we'd lose out on the history, expression, vision, and passion of a person within their culture. Fantasy art is one of the few styles of art that America can proudly claim the forefront in, with artists such as Frazetta, Vallejo, Jones, and Kelly (not to mention many, many others); it is important to continue this legacy through the preservation of these works of art and to allow people to see them, learn from them, and become inspired by them.

The Frazetta Art Museum is simply a labor of love for Frank Jr and his direct family, who plan on keeping the art for as long as possible. This means that they do not make money selling original art, so the museum is solely run by donations and product sales. Each purchase made on this site (and only this site) is considered a donation to the museum and is used to continue to keep the doors open.

We thank you for your continued support of the museum-- it could not be run without fans like yourself. The legacy is alive because of fans like you who donate, buy our products, and visit the museum; without you, there'd be no museum. So thank you.