Captivating and full of life these two works by Angie Stevens
Attractive bright colours and inventive style marks this unusua work that we recently framed.
We went for six weeks without a drop of rain or any significant wind from the Atlantic. Then on Saturday July 28th, tamping rain, floods and gales. There were occasional periods of respite in the week following and maybe this lovely watercolour from Heather Littlejohns carries a hint of the change in the beach conditions. We only provided a mount for it.
This vest belonged to James Driscoll. He was a Welsh boxer who won the Lonsdale Belt in 1910. Born in 1880 he lived only 45 years. In that time he earned the nickname ‘Peerless Jim’. The vest shows many signs of wear and usage. We have framed it for his relatives, Continue reading
These fragile works made in lace, silk and beads are the product of an elderly lady. She made them during her last years of life and gifted them to a friend who asked us to frame them. Beautiful! Continue reading