We have been supplying art prints and poster framing to the general public, leisure industry, leading breweries, business, hospitals and the public sector for many years. Our directors have more than25 years experience in the art and picture bespoke framing service industry. We do all your framing and mount work ourselves from our own specialist workshop in London.
To create a platform for these undiscovered, talented Asian artists, some of whom have toiled for many years perfecting and honing their skills and techniques with little exposure. To support thoseartists who embrace the rich Indian culture and heritage and bring it out in their works through various media including paint, sculpture and multimedia. To explore the edges of digital art and find connections between this emerging media and Indian artists.
Our bespoke framing service is used by individuals, artists, galleries, studios, businesses, collectors and photographers. Really, anyone looking for a personal and friendly service, that has over 15years of experience. We can help you decide on what frame and mount to use from the vast selection in our showroom. We have a fully computerised mount cutting service which enables us to create some amazing designs to make your artwork look superb.
Vesica is a web based museum-class art collection management application that can be used in lieu of traditional desktop software. Easy to use and priced so everyone from large museums to individualcollectors pay only for what they use, Vesica can be used for art, heritage, science and antique collections. It offers a complete solution for those looking to document, manage and market art collections of all sizes - from 10 to 5 million+ objects.
Brookpace Fine Art are specialist manufacturers of high quality decorative pictures. We have developed and produce an extensive range of art from Oleographs - a stunning hand finished technique thatrecreates and captures all the texture and character of an original oil painting - to our brand new Manhattan Collection of iconic and photographic images presented in a stunning modern-classic beveled mirror frame.
Our venue incorporates a 395 seat theatre, 148 seat studio theatre, gallery, café, bar, studios, and architecturally stunning public spaces. We have been celebrating the arts since we opened in 2004.Every year, we welcome over 100,000 people who come to watch, learn or be inspired. With our vibrant programme of performances and exhibitions, we seek to surprise and thrill audiences of all ages. In the financial year 2013 - 14 we received £300k of public funding from the Arts Council.
We are a unique studio that combine a fusion of Art and Design to create and curate truly engaging interior experiences. Our passion is exploring identity through environment, creating a diverseportfolio of work from one-off Art installations to entire Art programs, interior graphics and architectural features.
The Advertising Archives was established in 1990 by Larry and Suzanne Viner and is the largest and most comprehensive resource of its kind in Europe. Larry Viner began his career as an actor and TVpresenter and ran a wide variety of businesses before dedicating himself to The Advertising Archives full time. He is a member of BAFTA and the NUJ, a valuation expert for many of the major London auction houses and frequently appears on radio and TV speaking on ephemera related subjects.
The shaman in the forest jungle (or in the city) often first receives his or her calling through an illness. This illness will lead him to someone who is already a shaman and who can guide him throughhis illness. Along the way the shaman will learn about herbs, divination and many other things which, in time, will begin to lead to personal healing. But by then he has learnt to serve the ancestors, the forest spirits, and any person who comes for help.
BAR - Brent Artist's Resource is an artist led voluntary organisation founded in 1984. We aim to: serve the cultural needs of the people of Brent and North West London, provide a supportiveenvironment for artists in their professional development and create opportunities to participate in the Visual Arts through exhibitions, workshops, mentoring schemes and information.