The Gallery is currently closed for casual viewings but we are available to show the work at our gallery by appointment.
Call Ian on 07768871875 or e-mail email@example.com
When choosing a picture for a wall space the most important consideration is to measure the approximate size of the space where the picture will hang, alternatively fix some newspaper on the wall for an idea of the size.
View the gallery to choose a picture where most of the images can be printed to various sizes to suit the space on the wall. The images can be printed as canvas prints or on fine art paper and prints can be made from an original painting. We can cut mounts for prints and supply a framing service.
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If you see an image on the website, note the details and take a photograph of your wall where it will be hung (Include some furniture such as a settee or bedhead) and e-mail your photograph to me with an approximate size you would like the chosen image. I will put the chosen image on your wall and send to you to help decide. Room Picturesfor samples
For many years Artists of all descriptions have spent enormous amounts of time painstakingly seeking out that very special moment from all of those other moments, to create a masterpiece; a never to be recaptured vista of this unique and amazing land and seascape area of the UK, called Leigh-on-Sea.
The Domesday Book records 5 small properties along the waterline, at a guess these residences were most likely engaged in fishing activities, therefore giving Leigh a claim to almost a thousand years of involvement in the fishing industry.
The Old Town or Old Leigh is of historical importance, from the middle ages until the turn of the century it was a primary link on the shipping route to London. The Leigh fishing boats have always been focused on catching shellfish and whitebait. In Old Leigh itself, two pubs called The Peter Boat and Ye Olde Smack are named after the types of local fishing boats formally used, a Thames Bawley.
If you then add to the mix the National Nature Reserve (NNR), the area is rich with opportunity for the artists. We focus on two such artists Ian & Josephine James. They have spent a professional lifetime capturing those special moments in pictures.