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Baby Scan Frames

Posted by KATJA MCCABE on

Keeping those treasured memories preserved and beautifully displayed with our BABY SCAN FRAMES Three Scans and a place to insert your own text, Landscape or portrait, to hang or stand

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Create Unique Picture Walls

Posted by Ben Turner on

A PICTURE WALL creates a visually stunning and unique display that can enhance any wall space, large or small. Using different sized READY MADE FRAMES and a little bit of creativity, any area can be brought to life To personalise it try using art prints that relate to holidays you have been on or a theme you are trying to make, Why not even use your own art work 

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TRADE READY MADE FRAMES & MOUNTS

Posted by Ben Turner on

Check out our Comprehensive range of Trade Ready Made Frames and Mounts Competitive trade pricing  All standard sizes covered from a 6x4" photo frame right the way up to A1 poster size, including certificate frames and bevelled mounts Manufactured here in the UK in our own factory  Ideal For Artists and Photographers working to a budget Low minimum order values Made To measure service Any Volume, large or small Quick Turnaround QUALITY, VALUE, SERVICE. Download a Catalogue HERE    

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Dani Bergson Biography

Posted by Ben Turner on

Born in London in 1973, Dani’s first artistic training was at Middlesex University where she successfully completed a foundation course in Art and Design. At the age of twenty, her obvious talent led her to apply to the University of Central England to study for a degree in Printed Textiles. After graduating with honours Dani spent three months freelancing as a print designer before being offered a full time position as a junior textile designer for Monkwell Fabrics; but her big break came in 1998 when she landed a prestigious job designing upholstery fabrics and wallpaper for Osborne and Little....

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Steve JohnSton Biography

Posted by Ben Turner on

Born in Glasgow in 1956 Steve grew up in Dumfries and studied at art school. Upon leaving, he became an apprentice electrician for a brief period, as he was uncertain of where his artistic path led. In 1973, Carlisle College offered him a placement, where, during the second year, he opted for a change in medium, preferring photography to painting. He found black & white formats extremely inspiring and exciting to work with, seeing himself in fact as an artist but utilising a camera rather than paint. Upon leaving college he moved to London where he did freelance work for...

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