Belle Epoque by Nicola Williams

I have been captivated by the detail in these beautiful Tulips from Nicola Williams. They remind me of ballroom dresses, delicate, flowing and graceful. I am not sure if you would say they are Pink or Peach, perhaps more of a Peachy-pink ? A very apt name for such a lovely flower too !
The Greeting Card is just the perfect size to admire the detail and the colour of these gorgeous flowers, but you don’t have to take my word for it – see for yourself – in Belle Epoque by Nicola Williams.

Scott McGregor Greeting Cards

Scott McGregor makes us smile with his humourous take on every-day scenes, he captures the essence of the character whether it’s a Highland coo in a field or a man in a pub. An Art Greeting Card by Scott McGregor will bring a hint of recognition and a wry smile to all.

A local lad, brought up in the sea-side town of Largs, on the River Clyde, Scott studied at the Glasgow College of Building and Printing, graduating in Illustration and Graphic Design. He has worked as an Illustrator, 2D Graphic Artist and 3D Modeller.

He describes his painting style as varied, “. . from Realism to merging into Impressionism . . “

The Bay Attic | Scott McGregor Cards | Georgina McMaster Giclees

NEW! Canvas Art

Peter McDermott Art on Canvas – Wow! Can you tell I’m excited to share our new eye-catching choice of art ? Colourful, bold, iconic – canvas art printed on artist-grade cotton canvas – I love them, they look clean and modern and are an ideal lightweight alternative to framed art.

I say this, and it’s only my opinion because, I’ve recently had to deal with lath and plaster covered walls vs good old bricks and mortar. Trying to find a good patch of wall for my fixing says more about the age of the building than my DIY skills, but I shouldn’t grumble. Oh, and another reason I like the canvas art so much is that it’s ready to hang straight out of the box !

The canvas art is sealed with a UV-coating to protect and preserve the image while eliminating glare, and is available in two finishes.

  • Canvas Wrap
  • Canvas Float

The Canvas Wrap is basically as it sounds – the canvas is formed/wrapped around a real wood frame, and means you can see the image around the sides of the frame.

The Canvas Float is block mounted on board and framed in either a white or black frame to create the “float” effect.

Please Note:
Canvas Wrap and Canvas Float options are only available for Peter McDermott Art