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  • 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS

    £130.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS

    £130.00

    Description
    Laser cut decorations taken from original paper cut designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø each

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – 12 DRUMMERS DRUMMING

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – 12 DRUMMERS DRUMMING

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – 12 DRUMMERS DRUMMING

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – EIGHT MAIDS A MILKING

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – EIGHT MAIDS A MILKING

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – EIGHT MAIDS A MILKING

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – ELEVEN PIPERS PIPING

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – ELEVEN PIPERS PIPING

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – ELEVEN PIPERS PIPING

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – FIVE GOLD RINGS

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – FIVE GOLD RINGS

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – FIVE GOLD RINGS

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – FOUR CALLING BIRDS

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – FOUR CALLING BIRDS

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – FOUR CALLING BIRDS

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – NINE LADIES DANCING

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – NINE LADIES DANCING

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – NINE LADIES DANCING

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – PARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREE

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – PARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREE

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – SEVEN SWANS A SWIMMING

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – SEVEN SWANS A SWIMMING

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – SEVEN SWANS A SWIMMING

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – SIX GEESE A LAYING

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – SIX GEESE A LAYING

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – SIX GEESE A LAYING

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – TEN LORDS A LEAPING

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – TEN LORDS A LEAPING

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – TEN LORDS A LEAPING

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – THREE FRENCH HENS

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – THREE FRENCH HENS

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – THREE FRENCH HENS

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 12 DAYS – TWO TURTLE DOVES

    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – TWO TURTLE DOVES

    £15.00

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    Ruth Howes

    12 DAYS – TWO TURTLE DOVES

    £15.00

    Description
    Laser cut decoration taken from original paper cut "Twelve Days of Christmas" designed by Ruth Howes

    On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a partridge in a pear tree
    On the second day ...Two turtle doves 
    On the third day ... Three French hens
    On the fourth day ... Four calling birds
    On the fifth day ... Five gold rings (pheasant collars)
    On the sixth day ... Six geese a laying
    On the seventh day ... Seven swans a swimming

    On the eighth day ... Eight maids a milking
    On the ninth day ... Nine ladies dancing
    On the tenth day ... Lords a leaping
    On the eleventh day ... Eleven pipers piping
    On the twelfth day ... 12 drummers drumming


    Dimensions
    13cm Ø

    Materials
    Duplex mount board / natural card packed into a square box, labelled with details and all the designs on the front. Tissue packaged inside.

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • 1842–2017 – Concertina Book

    Andrea Girling

    1842–2017 – Concertina Book

    £45.00

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    Andrea Girling

    1842–2017 – Concertina Book

    £45.00

    Description
    Concertina Book - handmade, hand printed book

    Dimensions

    5.5 x 12.7cm when closed (inner opens flat to approx. 40cm)

    Materials
    Limited edition prints, hand tooled into a concertina fold, housed in hard back cover.

    Instead of conventional pages the concertina book houses an expandable paper concertina with a digital drawing depicting a photographically negative reproduction of an imagined romantic landscape reproduced in black and white. The result is a ghostly image of mountain pinnacles and valley walls, with windows of positive landscape, viewed across the expanded extent of the concertina.

    The concertina format presents the area of Andrea's appreciation of the romantic landscape tradition and where this meets with early optics and more recent developments in digital technology.

    Andrea's approach to her work in her own words
    'In the digital age there are anxieties and concerns relating to the encroachment of technology and its impact on social change. I am interested in the parallels between what we are experiencing now, with the Romantic period of the 18th to mid 19th century when society was going through similar changes in relation to technology.

    My research is a process-led (thinking through making) enquiry into the relationships and dualities of the fast and slow, machine and handmade, digital and analogue. I am particularly interested in exploring these dualities by pushing the boundaries of drawing through experimentation and utilisation of both traditional and technological mediums'

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  • Mussel Box, 27 x 20 x 12cm

    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Mussel Box – commission today

    £330.00

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    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Mussel Box – commission today

    £330.00

    Description
    Mussel Box

    Dimensions
    27 x 20 x 12cm

    Commission Carolyn Brookes Davies
    Carolyn works on bespoke pieces so no one item is exactly the same. When commissioning a unique item in this way we will confirm the delivery time within 24 hours of payment.

    The usual turnaround for a box of this type is 6 to 8 weeks depending on the number of pieces ordered at any given time.

    Carolyn graduated from the Royal College of Art in1982. After a twenty-five year career in London as a fashion designer she moved to North Norfolk in 2003. Carolyn’s background in sculpture, her love of natural form and the close proximity of the beach led her to indulge a childhood interest in shell collecting. Shells with their accidental beauty, subtle colours, variety in shape and texture appealed to her. Their endless ornamental possibilities have inspired her recent shell work of elaborately decorative objects, which are as exquisitely beautiful, intricate and unique as the shells themselves.

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  • Mussel Shell Mirror, 100 x 80cm, detail

    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Mussel Shell Mirror – commission today

    £2,000.00

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    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Mussel Shell Mirror – commission today

    £2,000.00

    Description
    Mussel Shell Mirror

    Dimensions
    100 x 80cm

    Commission Carolyn Brookes Davies
    Carolyn works on bespoke pieces so no one item is exactly the same. When commissioning a unique item in this way we will confirm the delivery time within 24 hours of payment.

    The usual turnaround for a mirror of this type is 6 to 8 weeks depending on the number of pieces ordered at any given time.

    Carolyn graduated from the Royal College of Art in1982. After a twenty-five year career in London as a fashion designer she moved to North Norfolk in 2003. Carolyn’s background in sculpture, her love of natural form and the close proximity of the beach led her to indulge a childhood interest in shell collecting. Shells with their accidental beauty, subtle colours, variety in shape and texture appealed to her. Their endless ornamental possibilities have inspired her recent shell work of elaborately decorative objects, which are as exquisitely beautiful, intricate and unique as the shells themselves.

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  • A Pair of Shell Candlesticks

    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Pair of Shell Candlesticks

    £400.00

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    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Pair of Shell Candlesticks

    £400.00

    Description
    Mussel Shell Candlesticks

    Dimensions
    54 x 24cm x 14cm

    Carolyn Brookes Davies
    Carolyn graduated from the Royal College of Art in1982. After a twenty-five year career in London as a fashion designer she moved to North Norfolk in 2003. Carolyn’s background in sculpture, her love of natural form and the close proximity of the beach led her to indulge a childhood interest in shell collecting. Shells with their accidental beauty, subtle colours, variety in shape and texture appealed to her. Their endless ornamental possibilities have inspired her recent shell work of elaborately decorative objects, which are as exquisitely beautiful, intricate and unique as the shells themselves.

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  • A Shell Mirror - Commission Today

    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Shell Mirror - Commission Today

    £1,000.00

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    Carolyn Brookes Davies

    A Shell Mirror - Commission Today

    £1,000.00

    Description
    Shell Mirror

    Dimensions
    76 x 66cm

    Carolyn graduated from the Royal College of Art in1982. After a twenty-five year career in London as a fashion designer she moved to North Norfolk in 2003. Carolyn’s background in sculpture, her love of natural form and the close proximity of the beach led her to indulge a childhood interest in shell collecting. Shells with their accidental beauty, subtle colours, variety in shape and texture appealed to her. Their endless ornamental possibilities have inspired her recent shell work of elaborately decorative objects, which are as exquisitely beautiful, intricate and unique as the shells themselves.

    Commission Carolyn Brookes Davies
    Carolyn works on bespoke pieces so no one item is exactly the same. When commissioning a unique item in this way we will confirm the delivery time within 24 hours of payment.

    The usual turnaround for a mirror of this type is 6 to 8 weeks depending on the number of pieces ordered at any given time.

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  • Stone Drawing

    Liz McGowan

    A Stone Drawing

    £550.00

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    Liz McGowan

    A Stone Drawing

    £550.00

    Description
    This drawing is made using beach pebble as the drawing tool.    

    Dimensions
    Framed 62 x 65cm

    Materials

    Ink on paper

    More about Liz McGowan
    Liz works with natural and found materials, creating responses to particular environments through installation, sculpture, drawing and conversation.  Her focus is the meeting point between inner and outer landscapes, where personal creativity is given inspiration and form by those elements – stone, reed, tree, earth, tideline – that combine to form a landscape

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  • A-Z of London - Print of original paper cut

    Ruth Howes

    A-Z of London - Print

    £32.00

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    Ruth Howes

    A-Z of London - Print

    £32.00

    Description
    Print of original paper cut

    A is for Albert Hall (Royal) B is for is Broadcasting House C is for Cutty Sark D is for Dalston House E is for Elephant and Castle F is for Florin Court G is for Geffrye Museum H is for Horseguards I is for Imperial War Museum J is for Jerwood Space K is for Kew Palace L is for Liberty M is for Manze Eel and Pie House N is for Neasden Temple O is for Old Royal Naval College P is for Portcullis House Q is for Quo Vadis R is for Royal Opera House S is for Stockwell Bus Garage T is for Trellick Tower U is for Upminster Windmill V is for Victoria and Albert Museum W is for Whitechapel Gallery X is for OXO Tower (forgive me) Y is for Young Vic Z is for Zoological Society of London, London Zoo (Elephant House).

    Dimensions
    Choose a print size of A3, A2 or A1
    You can view how the work would look framed - for reference only

    Materials
    Limited edition of 50 black and white giclée prints

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • Acacia Plains, limited edition print

    Annabel Pope

    Acacia Plains

    £100.00

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    Annabel Pope

    Acacia Plains

    £100.00

    Description
    Limited edition print

    Dimensions
    Please order either A3 or A2 sized prints
    Framed versions are also available - please view framed example

    More about Annabel
    Annabel Pope grew up on a farm in Norfolk, always exploring the outdoors and wildlife. Her great passion for travel allows her to visualise and witness wildlife in it’s natural environment and is the inspiration for all the work. Her work attracts interest internationally and she has successfully exhibited in the UK on several occasions which have established her as a leading wildlife artist.

    Annabel’s skill is her consistent ability to deliver works which on the one hand show remarkable technical quality and visual integrity to the subject; whilst at the same time transferring great character, spirit and energy to the observer.

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  • Across Morston Creeks

    Tracey Ross

    Across Morston Creeks

    £450.00

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    Tracey Ross

    Across Morston Creeks

    £450.00

    Description
    Norfolk coastal view

    Dimensions
    Framed work 40 x 35cm

    Materials
    Mixed media on board

    More about Tracey Ross
    Tracey paints to capture the beauty of Creation along the North Norfolk coast, with its creeks, skies and expansive beaches. She finds that painting in an abstract style using mixed media, acrylics and oils will enables her paintings to reveal a deeper mystery. Capturing the fiery hues of a blazing sunset, the misty sea frets together with the clarity of light on a bright breezy day conveys an intense visual experience which speaks to Tracey's heart expressing the colour and thanksgiving she feels as an artist

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