I will be unavailable all day Friday 17th October and in the morning of Saturday 18th October. I will be in the studio and available from 2pm on Saturday. For any urgent enquiries I can be contacted on my mobile – 0792 555 9937
I will not be available on Tuesday 30th September in the morning; I’m heading for the hills paintbrush in hand! As always if its urgent leave me a message and I will get back to you as soon as I can. I should be back in the studio after 2pm.
I’m absolutely over the moon to have won second prize at the first Buxton Spa Prize competition. For more details and to see a picture of my winning entry go to my Facebook page.
It’s the preview of the Buxton Spa Prize this Thursday night and I will be stopping over in Buxton so I will be unavailable Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. If you need to contact me urgently leave a message and I will get back to you as quick as i can.
I won’t be available at all on Wednesday 27th August. If you have an urgent enquiry leave me a message on 0115 9386847 and I will get back to you as soon as i can.
Tuesday 19th will see me painting my entry for the Buxton Spa Prize at Grinlow, Buxton, so I wont be available at all that day.
I was delighted to receive an award for one of three paintings I sent to the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. All three paintings will be hung in the RBSA gallery until the 29th of March. It’s always an achievement to be accepted to exhibit next to talented artists in a different city! To find out more about the exhibition and the gallery click here.
It’s a bit late i know but I would like to wish all my customers and friends old and new a happy and prosperous 2014. After e relaxing break it’s now full steam ahead on a host of framing projects at the Kimberley studio ranging from a simple photo frame to a large water-gilded frame.
I wont be around at all today. I’m off to the private view of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters Annual Exhibition.
Successful week; I managed 2 paintings in two days, which considering my busy picture framing schedule, is quite the achievement! The above were painted plein air on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week in time for the current exhibition at the Nottingham Society of Artists – Nottingham Our City- Save St Luke. The hand crafted frames are finished in Farrow and Ball colours Hardwick White, Light Grey and Lime white. Although I was hoping for sunshine, the dreary weather on the Wednesday turned into a positive, as I managed to capture a similar scene to the day before but with a whole different feel.