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I can't believe it is already mid September...

A flashback to Thailand, Phang Nha Bay Phuket

Where has the year gone? It is mid September and it seems like this year has flown by. So much has happened and for the most part it has been exciting but I still wonder where time has gone.

As I am writing this I am preparing to go on a family holiday. For me this will be a bit epic. I am not very good at switching off from my email or the internet. But this time I don't have any choice, we are heading on a cruise in the South Pacific for 10 nights and there is no data at all during that time. My iPhone will be relegated purely to the role of camera.

I will get some time to do some shooting and look forward to sharing some new prints with you on my return but the reality is that I will otherwise be putting up the back in 10 days sign on the business and taking a well earned rest.

I have 5 books to take with me including book number five in the Song of Fire and Ice (Game of Thrones) series. That alone could probably keep me going for the entire time.

I return a couple of days prior to the October long weekend. For the weekend Friday to Monday (2 to 5 October) I will be holding a special Pop-Up Exhibition in the 1895 Members Room at Tulloch Wines. This four day show is exclusive to 1895 Wine Club Members but don't worry if you are not a member it is free to join and the wines are lovely.

There will also be an exclusive free offer for 1895 Members available only on the weekend (hint free Art on Glass...). We will have a wide selection of framed fine art prints on display and sale plus a couple of Art on Glass prints.

As we enter the final months of the year it is time to start thinking about Christmas gifts. For just $25 or less if you order 5 or more we have our Wanderlust 2016 Wall Calendars now in stock. These make a great easy gift that lasts the whole year. For businesses we can also customise a calendar with your logo and contact details for a minimum order of just 25.

What about an artwork as a gift for a loved one. From just $495 our framed fine art prints are a beautiful gift or perhaps a modern look Art on Glass print.

Have a fantastic week and I look forward to catching up again in a couple of weeks after my break.

 

John

Looking for an impact piece?

How about a triptych...

What's a triptych?
A triptych (/ˈtrɪptɪk/ trip-tik; from the Greek adjective τρίπτυχον ("three-fold"), from tri, i.e., "three" and ptysso, i.e., "to fold" or ptyx, i.e., "fold") is a work of art that is divided into three sections.
The mock up above is of Ice Float in three 800 x 1200mm Art on Glass panels. With an overall size of 2600mm x 1200mm when installed this triptych is an impact piece in any home or office. Starting at $4995 for an open edition print or $7,495 for a limited edition such as Ice Float.
If you want to explore the idea of an impact piece for your home or office call or email me to book a consultation. Triptychs are not listed on our website but can be customised for most of our collection.

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June in our Wanderlust Wall Calendar features Redhead Beach Dawn, every month is a new destination.

Have you entered our competition to win your very own 30 inch Eiffel Perspective framed fine art print? This framed print is valued at $795 and will be shipped to the winner free worldwide.

To win just go to Woobox and enter your details.

New to the website - Manhattan Bridge, NYC

New York City is defined and shaped by its rivers, both the Hudson in the west and the East River funnily enough in the east. All of the key bridges link Manhattan and Brooklyn, there are tunnels on the west side linking to Jersey.

The roads that feed the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges converge on the Brooklyn side of town but shoot off into different parts of Manhattan. Walking along the foreshore on both sides of the river brings a much more sedate feeling that what you get up on the deck fighting traffic in a car. 

You can slow down, enjoy the lines, shapes and contours that make these two distinctive bridges.


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