To get a football or rugby jersey framed up and looking right takes a lot of time. Below is an example of our work. Shirt and shorts. And below that again is a photograph of a few in a Cardiff pub that we did not frame.
We were under pressure for a few days getting a lot of work done for an exhibition. Our friend Chris took over the Volcano Theatre in High Street, Swansea for a full-house ten days show of all his works. Beautiful and unusual.
Make a note of this…..then no wasted journeys!
We shal be closed from
12 noon Monday
08:30 Tues January 8th
Be Wise…..come in the morning………..
Tuesday to Friday 08:30 to 14:00
Saturday 08:30 to 13:00
Black Labrador, obviously held in great affection by the owners. Painted in acrylics with a simple oak frame that does not detract from the animal. Just over a metre wide, so its spacious, like the beach.
This (now inaccurate) map of Wales we framed this week. A high qualaity plain oak frame to complement the age of the item.
Threecliff Bay. An extra bright version painted in oils by Leslie Tucker who lives on Gower. One of the popular beaches visited by thousands, loved by millions.