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.
We specialise in unique and unusual greetings cards which are blank inside for a personal message. A number have been created by our own artists including a range, only available at Harlequin, fromoriginal paintings by Nancy Murgatroyd. We can gift wrap for you and we sell Gift Vouchers.
Welcome to Frameworx we provide quality bespoke picture framing and experienced professional advice. We offer a friendly personal service with an understanding of individual needs. We have proudlyprovided frameworks for many local artists, The Brewhouse Theatre Arts Centre and the Royal Marines over recent months.
Will Shakspeare is one of the countries best known glass blowers. He has been featured regularly in the press and on TV including Kirsties Homemade Home and Kirsties Homemade Christmas with KirstieAllsopp and in the Saturday Telegraph and most recently the Telegraph Magazine with David Nicholls. Will set up Shakspeare Glass [just] over 25 years ago and has supplied many galleries and well known stores in that time.
Today it is a volunteer run independent organisation. There is a managing board of directors and trustees, supported by a network of volunteers all of whom have a part to play in making things happen.We run a theatre programme of performance, music and film; plus workshops, classes and clubs in a wide range of arts disciplines. Our facilities are available to hire, for professional and community groups.
Situated in the ancient harbour town of Watchet, West Somerset, The Lynda Cotton Gallery was established over twenty five years ago. Watchet is said to be the port from which the Ancient Mariner setsail on his fateful voyage in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's epic poem, the Rime of the Ancient Mariner. It has a long and fascinating maritime history, dating back to the Viking invasions and beyond.
We currently produce over 150 flower cards from her oil paintings. In many instances, the cards are reproduced at the exact size of the original paintings. In the range there are currently five sizesof individually wrapped cards, with the smallest also available in note card packs.
Whether you're browsing for a gift for a friend, a treat for yourself or items for the home or garden, you're sure to find something at Delilah Petal. We're constantly adding new and exciting productsto our collection. This Autumn that includes toys from France and Denmark, art and prints from Germany, home wares and lighting from Holland and jewellery by contemporary British designers - each and every item personally selected. You can shop here on our website or you can visit our Somerset store.
We are a small, friendly business offering a high quality framing and fine art service in the Somerset area from our shop in Martock. We stock prints by most of the country's leading artists, objetsd'art, sculpture and ceramics - and offer a complete framing service to suit any requirement. A full range of Clare Hooper Art is available from Martock Gallery.
Born in 1942 Leonard Hollands studied art initially at the Heston and Isleworth Evening Institute whilst also an architectural trainee, and then, on a one to one basis, under Bertram Armitage, son ofAlfred Armitage, minor artist of the Newlyn School. Pursuing a career in architecture and surveying, and from 1971 when he was ordained, also in the Church, his painting had to be part time, although always a consuming passion, but in 2003 he began to paint full time.