The recently opened Hopmarket Flowers, run by Gemma, is a beautiful new addition to The Foregate in Worcester.
Now proudly displaying some of my seasonal greeting cards. The Merry Mistletoe cards especially, are just perfect for a florist with the other cards fabulously complementing the bright and beautiful colours of the flowers and foliage.
See more of Hopmarket Flowers by going to their website:
Welcome to the all new Seasonal Range of greeting cards.
These cards are new for the 2017 Winter Festive Season
Seasonal Greetings Cards £2.50 each
Multi buy available:5 cards for £10.00
Please go to my shop or contact me directly for purchasing and additional multi buy discounts. All cards are A5, 350gsm with a white envelope and individual cello bag. Inside left blank for your own message.
‘Merry Mistletoe’ is a hand painted ink and watercolour of a silver birch tree adorned with roundels of mistletoe. (Front and back show here).
‘Cathedral Lilac’s – Seasons Greetings’ is a stylized, almost Gothic-esque ink and watercolour of a Cathedral in winter. (Front and back show here)
‘Seasons Greetings’ in traditional red, white & green with seasons greeting, Worcester Cathedral & Guildhall and Malvern Museum.
‘Seasons Greetings’ in 2017 winter season fashion colour ways of Worcester Cathedral.
This exhibition explores great American printmaking from Pop Art to today, including work by Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg and Jim Dine.
Saturday 4th November – Saturday 6th January
The selection of nine key works from the British Museum’s collection gives a sense of the diversity and vitality of American printmaking from 1960 to the present.
Alongside the prints on loan from the British Museum, the exhibition will include works from the Worcester City Collection including pieces by Eduardo Paolozzi, Howard Hodgkin and Richard Hamilton. These vibrant treasures of the city’s collection highlight how artists have pushed the boundaries of print-making and explore subjects as diverse as the Vietnam War, Bing Crosby, gin, Che Guevara, picnics and the universe.
A British Museum Partnership Exhibition, supported by the Dorset Foundation.
Local Framing retailer ‘The Cabin’ has a new window, displaying local artist Jilly Oxlade-Arnott of Architectural Impressions’s Vivid range. The cathedral makes a spectacular show in the array of bold colours which also coincides with the current Andy Warhol exhibition on at the Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum.
A new artist, specialising in fine line ink work and watercolour of architecture and buildings of interest, is causing great excitement by the release of her first collection of artwork, depicting local buildings in Worcester in her own unique style.
A former marketing manager and part time artist, Jilly Oxlade-Arnott, decided to take the plunge and set up her own business – Architectural Impressions – in February of this year and has been busy capturing the city’s scape in ink and watercolour.
Having spent many years in marketing she felt it was time to set up on her own, combining her love of architecture and history, with her passion for art and knowledge of the power that art can deliver. Natural talent runs in her family; her father was an architect; brother a draughtsman and her sister is a potter and gilder who also runs an art gallery in Berkshire.
She wants to make art not just for people’s pleasure or as a beautiful lasting image, but for it to really work for businesses too; as a marketing tool. It’s not just about hanging something on a wall. When putting together a marketing plan, companies often overlook the very foundation of their business: the bricks and mortar. Her artwork is a beautiful real life representation and can be used in so many ways, especially with online media.
Dave Craddock, Managing Director of Craddock Brewery, “Jilly highlighted something we had not considered and has helped us promote our public houses in a way of which we had not previously thought. We are fortunate that many of our venues are of historic interest; in particular, the King Charles in New Street, which she has captured so beautifully. Many visitors to Worcester stop and take photographs but we can now offer them a more lasting memory to take home, by way of a greeting card or print. The art encourages them in and provides an additional revenue stream for the business. Selfishly I have kept the originals for myself, which have pride of place at home.”
Jilly undertakes both residential and commercial commissions, as well as offering her work through a number of ‘Collections’ as fine art prints, reproductions and greeting cards.
Her work will be on display at The Worcester Show in Gheluvelt Park on Sunday 13 August and will be hosted at Henley McKay Kitchens, The Tything, for the Worcestershire Open Studios on the August bank holiday weekend.
Thank you to my customer for sending these photos of my Fine Art Prints taking pride of place in his home. Very pleased with the framing by ‘Your Picture Framer’ (YPF) of Worcester. A wonderful attention to detail and quality in his work.
Review from October Issue 74 of SLAP Magazine (Supporting Local Arts& Performers)
Jilly Oxlade-Arnott’s Architectural Impression really hit the spot. Displayed around the beautiful display kitchens at Henley McKay Kitchens just along the Tything, the fastidiously detailed fine line work really brings out the character of some of our much loved local buildings, highlighting the featured buildings in watercolours while those around it are left in black and white to show its location. Jilly kindly showed us some of her earlier works to demonstrate how her process had developed, and while quaffing a glass of swiftly offered wine, we were invited into the inner sanctum to see her latest work. We were delighted to see the pop-art inspired array of posters based on the iconic image of Worcester Cathedral in every colour imaginable, creating an incredible display.
Give a gift of art this Christmas. For cards, fine art prints, original watercolour and commissions visit my gallery to make your selection. Art is a truly unique gift that will be cherished for a lifetime.