March 25th 2020

CORONAVIRUS SITUATION INFORMATION

Dear Customers, Friends and Visitors

Our adherence to the Government Directive for non-essential shops during the Corona Virus high-risk period means our door is closed until futher notice.

If you have work in our shop, when the restrictions are reduced by the Government,  we may be able to:

  1. take a payment over the telephone and then
  2. deliver it to you whilst 
  3. strictly observing the 2 metre minimum distance requirement.

We look forward to hearing from you anyway about anything!

Email either of us at:

sturkovsky@gmail.com

rixsonmn@gmail.com

Whatever your enquiry we will then respond to your email and take it from there.

Meanwhile…..best wishes and STAY SAFE!

 

Royal Wedding

This highly detailed limited edition print reflected weeks of work by the artist, not to mention the skill involved. We have framed it simply in a narrow black not wishing to detract in even the smallest way from all that is going on in the image.  There is some  distortion and fade in our  photo  that distracts from the clarity.  

Old but young

It has 1659 painted on as a date.  If its not an addition then it is the oldest work we have restored and framed.  You can see, it has at one time been in an oval surround.  A lot of the shining gold decortation on the garment was almost obscured.  Cleaning has revealed it.  The frame is not so old; about 1900 maybe.   And the gold slip is modern.

North Wales Panorama

Another work from Sian (sianmcgill.com) one of many she is exhibiting in North Wales (somewhere) through most of August 2019. Uncomplicated English Ash frame with a grey wash that lets the grain show through, mounted with a 35mm border on Soft White.

oznor

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TO SEE A SELECTION OF VARIED WORK WE HAVE DONE OVER THE PAST YEARS……JUST SCROLL DOWN AND DOWN AND DOWN.

REMEMBER OUR OPENING HOURS:

08:30 UNTIL 2:00 TUESDAY TO FRIDAY AND UNTIL 1:00 ON SATURDAY

WE MAY BE SMALL BUT WE KNOW HOW TO DO BIG THINGS…..

Rupert!…..

Everyone’s favorite bear (along with Paddington)  An intersting jigsaw of the annuals.  Spot the two missing pieces?…..they were found and inserted before framing and glazing.