Ann Winder-Boyle’s distinctive and disarmingly playful compositions of her collaged hand-drawn ink illustrations, vintage book covers, beeswax, wire and driftwood, reference big topical social and economic issues such as homelessness and Brexit – clad in the guise of 1950s childhood innocence.
Tag Archives | framing
A customer came to us with a unique one-off idea. She had a wedding invitation from her son and future daughter-in-law and wanted to frame it in a fun way, encorporating the card design onto the frame. Making it the most unusual wedding present. It was such an unusual idea, something that we love . […]
Drawing inspiration from the natural and built environment my work expresses a desire to explore the dynamics of form, shape and colour found within and around objects. Finding a balanced composition in the almost tangible energy produced by objects in harmony and tension with one another particularly fascinates me.
Bespoke Framing have recently been asked to carry out picture framing for The Rothschild Archive. Here we were asked to re-frame sixteen artists proofs by renowned Scottish sculptor and artist Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, which had originally been framed in the 1970/80’s using materials available at that time. “This collection of artist’s proofs made by Eduardo […]