I'm delighted to let you know that I now have a new partnership with The Art Group. This new range includes a large selection of prints on paper, canvas and wood. I have seen samples of everything and I'm really impressed with the quality of these items.
You can choose to have prints unmounted, mounted or framed. There is a choice of 24 images in total. Including new long format images.
These prints are an affordable high quality option for people to buy. Of course if you prefer hand signed giclee prints then I'll be very happy to supply these to you. Have a look at the full range here.
I am delighted to announce the arrival of our new Kitchen Gift Range! This has been months in the making and is a collaboration with the lovely Cotswald gift company Apples to Pears.
Apples to Pears are best known for their award winning (Gift of the Year) Gift in a Tin Range. Current partners include BBC Springwatch, the Natural History Museum and now us! As you can see Jack was very keen to try the collie dog items out! See the full range HERE
The range includes beautiful birchwood trays made in Sweden and a set of 4 square porcelain mugs. Who would have thought a square mug could be so nice to drink from but if it passes Jack's approval I can assure you it is well up to scratch.
Also included in the range are a chopping board and heatproof trivet. Refining these items to get them perfect has been a long and careful process with every item passing stringent approval checks (not just by Jack). I travelled to Birmingham to meet the Apples to Pears team early in February and everyone has been hard at work chosing images and selecting and testing the products ever since.
To finish the collection are hoardie storage tins and sets of coasters in tins. These items really brighten up your kitchen and of course make lovely gifts.
You may well see these items popping up in shops near to you so keep your eyes open. Of course you can also buy them online from through our web shop...I hope you like them!
I'm just back from 3 days at the Britush Craft Trade Fair in Harrogate where I was selling my cards and prints to lots of lovely shops and galleries from around the country. I spoke to outlets from the Isle of Harris in the far north west and from others who had come from as far south as Cornwall. There were 500 designers of different disciplines at the show with everything from ceramics, jewellery, prints, cards and metal work on show. If you ever get the chance to go it really is a feast for the eyes. Anyway, now I need to get on with making up some of those orders...