We Have Your Prints is a contemporary online art gallery focusing on street art and urban art - "On A Mission To Banish Boring Walls. Explore our range of carefully curated art originals, prints and3D art from some of the leading contemporary and street artists around today, as well as exciting artwork by some exceptional new and emerging artists. We offer all of our art with insured and tracked delivery and a no quibble 7-day return policy (although we know you will love your new art).
Absolutely Fantastic service From these guys been after this particular Pahnl print for ages as I missed the original drop from Pahnl. The packing was brilliant and the print arrived safely and quickly.
11 years ago I became a full time artist, starting this activity in Somerset, then living in Portsmouth taking inspiration from the local area along with my visits to Somerset. A lot of my artworklooks to traditional styles of art which are recognisable to the local area and now living in Corsham in Wiltshire. A lot of inspiration is taken from Renaissance artists and even sculptures I turn into paintings to give them some life.
Guy has been a studio potter since 1977, exhibiting at home and abroad. He lived and worked in the middle of Avebury Stone Circle for twenty years. Now Guy has taken on sole responsibility for thegallery, which allows him no time for making ceramics. But the inspiring flow of creativity from British makers never ceases to amaze him, and the contact with makers, customers, and beautiful art and craft is a constant delight.
I'm an experienced artist and specialise in pet portraits, people portraits and my own fine art work in the beautiful medium of oil paints and watercolours, although I now use mainly oils as I findI'm most suited to them. They're a valuable, rich and forgiving medium to work with that creates paintings that look vibrant and last forever, combined with my love of animals and people, I feel I have found my niche.
The Artpad - A luxury self catering Georgian apartment in the heart of Bath. The Artpad is a one bedroom apartment (sleeps up to 4 adults ) in an impressive Georgian town house overlooking the famousGreat Pulteney Street. It is just a 5 minute walk over Pulteney Bridge to the City centre with its plethora of cafes, restaurants and shops and 200 metres from the Holburne Museum.
I'm a self taught artist and illustrator based in the beautiful city of Bath. Having been brought up on a farm in Scotland and the New Forest I've always had a passion for nature and the countryside.I paint from my family home in Bath, am very happy to take on commissions and have a variety of prints and cards for sale as well as original artwork.
We photograph and make giclée prints from any kind of original, working with whatever you have: paintings, digital artwork, photographs or 3D work. We pride ourselves on the quality of our work andour ability to deliver any project to its full potential, on time and on budget. We hope this site is useful.
The building was designed in 1897 by John McKean Brydon, and has been designated as a Grade II listed building. The exterior of the building includes a statue of Queen Victoria, by Andrea CarloLucchesi, and friezes of classical figures by G. A. Lawson. The Gallery was named to celebrate Queen Victoria's sixty years on the throne.
We believe art should enhance your world on a daily basis. If a painting makes you smile, or stop and think, it's done its job. And we don't mean that you have to think too hard. Modern ArtBuyer is acurated online art gallery created to open up the captivating world of art to a wider audience. We have ensured that all of the art on Modern ArtBuyer meets the highest standards of quality by personally visiting all UK-based artists' studios and accepting the work.
Just a few metres off The Circus in central Bath, is one of the most unique art collections in England - The Museum of East Asian Art. Situated in a restored Georgian house, the Museum attracts theinterest of students, scholars and tourists, and also has a loyal local following. Since opening to the public in April 1993, the Museum has gone from strength to strength, and has become one of the most extensive collections of East Asian art outside London.