Winter is drawing to a close. The long dark nights are becoming a thing of the past. As the sun rises up and announces the coming of new life, the seasons change and we move forward into springtime.
We are celebrating the coming of the new season with the launching of a series of Giclee prints taken from an original mixed media painting, Arise, by our very own Gail Dixon.
The painting itself depicts the sun rising up above a Hilltop bringing light, colour and life to the community that nestles beneath it.
The prints are available in a variety of sizes unmounted, mounted or framed. Mounted or framed prints come signed by Gail.
Framed prints will be framed by hand in our own workshop using our bespoke picture framing service using locally grown wood
You can find Arise, as well as prints of Gail’s other work, here.
Preparations are well under way at The Handmade Craft House for an upcoming Photography Exhibition of our own photography which is to be held this coming October.
More details to follow…
A Journal in the Making
By Mike & Gail Dixon
Ulmus Glabra, or more fittingly, “The Scots Elm” is a tree that has been ravaged over the years by the Dutch Elm disease and it is hard to find timber of practical size and use. A while ago I came across three twisted, bent and in places cracked boards. Despite all the faults the beauty of the grain hidden beneath was crying out for a special purpose. So I bought the wood, thinking they may come in for door panels and they have sat in my wood yard since then.
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