Fine Art Blog is now on Facebook

August 12, 2013 on 11:33 am | In Announcements | No Comments

We are now on Facebook and I believe this will help us reach a wider audience of viewers.

Please feel free to use the link and ‘like’ us to receive news from us within your Facebook updates


(Click the above image, once you arrive look for the ‘Like’ button)

You can also comment on our posts and submit us your own news, opinions & images.

thank you

James

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www.fineartblog.co.uk – Quick hello for Summer

July 2, 2010 on 12:37 am | In Announcements | No Comments

Hiya everyone,

The Fine Art Blog team have been busy beavering away for most of the spring and early Summer and are now fresh and full recharged to start bringing you some more regular Blog posts about the current art scene.


‘The Last Gasp’ limited edition print by Beryl Cook
Released Febraury 2010

As a reminder we feature mainly published limited edition Artist’s work who are popular in the UK and who you’ll see in good quality high street and shopping centre locations.

We will of course from time to time post about other art related matters.

As always your feedback & blog post comments are appreciated & please look forward to much more art news over the coming weeks

take care

James


Limited Edition Art – Huge sale now on until January 16th 2009

January 13, 2009 on 8:39 pm | In Announcements, Art Sales, Washington Green Fine Art | 3 Comments

(Click the ‘Buy Fine Art Here’ button near the top of the page to navigate to the sale)

Just a quick one, our sponsor are having huge art sale this week until Friday 16th January 2009 and it’s on nearly 400 limited edition prints and sculptures.

I had a brief look and some are up to 50% off, definitely worth a flutter! But I have also been told that it’s on a first come, first served, basis and that some items have already SOLD OUT.

Most of the items where published by Washington Green Fine Art publishers.

Anyway hit the ‘Buy Fine Art Here’ button near the top of the page (on this blog) and you will see a link to the sale on their homepage.

Happy buying

Thank you

James


Death & tribute of the much loved artist Govinder Nazran

January 5, 2009 on 4:40 pm | In Announcements, Cat Art, Contemporary Art, Govinder Nazran | 20 Comments

Rather than be a totally sad and very formal post, I have included images of some of Govinder’s work within the post to show the happyness and positivity which is his artwork.

Washington Green Fine Art Publishers, have today released a statement regarding Govinder’s death, it also contains the address to send letters of condolences.

(‘Chutzpah & Claptrap’ by Govinder Nazran)

“Dear Customer,

It is with great sadness that we announce the tragic death of one of the country’s greatest contemporary artists – Govinder Nazran.

Govinder died on Tuesday 30th December after an accident on Christmas Day which left him with severe head injuries.

(‘The Patriot’ by Govinder Nazran)

It is our intention to commemorate the incredible talent that was Govinder to support his family, details to follow in the next few weeks. For this reason and as a mark of respect, we have withdrawn all available Govinder art from sale for the time being and would ask all our partners to do the same.

2009 would have been our tenth anniversary of working with Govinder, a decade of the most amazing and creative art from one of the most talented, gentle and innovative artists we have ever had the pleasure of working with.
Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Messages of condolence may be sent to:

Jo Colley,
Washington Green,
44 Upper Gough Street,
Birmingham,
B1 1JL
United Kingdom

for forwarding to the family.

(‘One Love – Sculpture’ by Govinder Nazran)

‘It is often the brightest star that burns for the shortest time’

Kind Regards,

Glyn Washington”

It is amazing that this year would have been the 10th year Govinder’s limited edition work was being produced, I have become so used to his work being regularly released by Washington Green, that largely one takes it for granted.

It is a tribute to the man and his abilities that he has been at the forefront of published limited edition art for 10 years.

Thank you

Russell

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