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A Brief History of Mother's Day or Mothering Sunday

Posted on March 21, 2022 by Laura - | 0 comments
In modern Britain the more often, and more commercially, referred to 'Mother's Day', is the fourth Sunday of lent and was traditionally known as Mothering Sunday. It has been observed by both Christian and Roman Catholic Churches since the Middle Ages and the UK is even believed to be the first country in the world to have dedicated a day for mothers.

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Meet the Artist - Jo Quigley

Posted on September 24, 2021 by Laura - | 0 comments
Jo's distinctive contemporary cityscapes are extremely popular. Her clever use of light and shadow creates striking compositions, which capture the attention, then invite the observer to look more closely to discover the underlying stories of the people she has portrayed. She admits that one of her aims is to "create work that is ambitious in scale and complexity and that encourages the viewer to take a closer look and get involved in the many characters."

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Brighten your Home this September with New Framed Prints

Posted on September 17, 2021 by Laura - | 0 comments
Now that the brighter days of Summer are behind us, why not look at brightening your home by adorning your walls with beautiful artwork?  Wall art helps to define the character of your space, and acts as an extension of your personality, so it is a good idea to choose something that you connect with and which brings you joy – whether that is the artistic style, the subject or the colour palette.

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Father's Day - Art, Accessories and Gift Ideas

Posted on June 04, 2021 by Laura - | 0 comments

With Father's Day (Sunday 20th June) just around the corner, now is the ideal time to start looking for that perfect present for Dad. 

It wasn't until the early 1900s that Father's Day became an official holiday – with the US leading the way as one of the first nations to do so. However, it is possible that the annual celebration of fatherhood could have begun even earlier. Evidence can be traced back to 1508 and a Saint Joseph's Day marked in Catholic Europe.

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