AM Northwest Invites Glance to Help Explain What NOT to Wear
Picking out frames can be one of the most difficult things. Glance was created based on the challenging personal experiences that owner, Lisa Martinsson. The best strategy is to think of your eyes as artwork, and your eyeglasses are there to frame in the art. Watch the video to see great examples of how to pick out the perfect eyeglasses.
Originally posted in the September 2014 issue of Lake Oswego Living Magazine.
Written by Mary Kay Larson
The moment you cross the threshold of this modern edgy boutique,you will sense a difference. It feels as though this experience is to be more of an adventure than an ordinary visit to the optical department at your doctor’s office.Sleek and contemporary, warm and inviting are words that best describe Glance. From the first greeting by friendly professionals, to the incredible array of unique and dynamic frames, the passion for optics here is immediately apparent.
With their combined quarter century in the field of optics, Glance owners Lisa and Bob Martinsson bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to their growing business in Salem and Lake Oswego. “We are known for our innovative frames from around the world but more and more people are seeking us out for our technologically advanced digital lenses, which are equally or more important,” says Lisa. “Most people think all lenses are created equal. Not so!” She continues, “Once you’ve experienced our HD lenses, you’ll never go back!”
Supporting the Oregon Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation
Press Release Portland, OR (October 10, 2012)
by Oregon Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation
In an effort to provide eyeglasses to people in need, Bob and Lisa Martinsson of Glance Optics and Eyewear donated 225 pairs of new, unused frames, which retail at approximately $250 each, to the Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation (OLSHF).