Interested in Online Framing Workshops?
As we start the new year, are you finding it’s all work and no play? Do you feel like it’s all tunnel and there’s no light?
Spending a day making and doing craft can really lift the spirits and now is the time to do it. You don’t need to commit to a new hobby, just a few hours doing something different and a sneak peak into a framers workshop (all online)
I’m offering short taster courses and a few fun framing ideas
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COVID-19 Update – 12 January 2021
As this pandemic continues to climb and the experts are asking us to Stay at home, Protect the NHS, and Save lives, I am very keen to follow the guidelines. Visiting a framer is non-essential, as such I will not be doing click and collect appointments until further notice.
I will continue to work on pieces I have and notify you directly once they are complete and I have re-opened my appointments .
I’m Sue Harper, resident picture framer, and the projects I work on include one-off pieces for gifts or art to hang in your home. I also frame for photographers and other artists preparing for exhibitions, for designers and decorators working on new room layouts, and for anyone who wants to preserve a cherished memory. I frame photographs, drawings, paintings, prints, mirrors, canvases, shirts, embroideries, tapestries, medals…in short, your memories… Do you have items in boxes or in the loft that are hidden from view? Do you have postcards or photographs from events and holidays? Have them framed! That way you can enjoy them and relive the memories.
My workshop in the garden provides a peaceful alternative to shopping on the High Street. I work by appointment only, to provide a calm space to discuss your artwork and the approach we should take to preserve your memories.
I also offer picture framing courses in the workshop. Whether you want to spend a day doing something different, want to learn a new skill, or set up your own framing workshop, I tailor the workshop to suit you.
I’m offering online workshops, get in touch to find out more.
Get in touch, make an appointment, and come and see the workshop. I look forward to hearing from you.