I have heard the sentence “I could do that” more times than I care to remember in my artistic career so when I discovered this whilst trawling through ffffound it really made me laugh. You can find more of the same by clicking here.
The New Spring issue is out now £3.50.
It’s been very busy here at Elphick’s after the feature in Elle Deco. It’s great to know that more people are becoming aware of Elphick’s (the gallery/shop) and that we are the UK retailer of Charley Harper prints.
‘Upside Downside’ and ‘Gregarious Grosbeaks’ seem to be the firm favourites at the moment but I thought I would post an image of one of the NEW lithographs we have in stock. Surprise surprise I have opted for a print that doesn’t feature a bird, it does however feature my second obsession…flowers. ‘Peril in the Petunias’, Paper Size 38.7cm x 31cm, Image Size 30cm x 23.5cm. £40 + postage.
Order your print here and we will arrange delivery straight to your door.
British Springtime is officially here and these sunny days are most certainly brightening up my life. You can brighten up your home with these beautiful Springtime inspired paper sculptures by Helen Musselwhite. £70 for one measuring 16.5cm sq.
Hazel is a fan of old sayings and here she hits us with yet another rather lovely sentiment. Hand printed by the lady herself on Bockingford watercolour paper they measure 38 x 28cm. Signed and in an edition of 50 (black/fluoro), 60 (blue) and 45 (pink). One colour prints are £47 and the NEW black and fluorescent pink print is £50.
Elphick’s has been featured in the April issue of Elle Decoration. Image No 1 is ‘Upside Downside’ £40 unframed by Charley Harper and image No 4 ‘New England’ by me (Sharon Elphick) £650 framed.
Elphick’s is proud to announce the arrival of these beautiful screen prints by Lisa Jones. Printed by hand (Lisa’s I imagine) and measuring 50cm x 70cm they cleverly fit in an ‘off the peg’ frame. Makes adorning your walls with wonderful art very affordable, especially as these prints are an extremely reasonable £65 each unframed.
Elphick’s is now stocking the wonderful kids mag ‘Anorak’. It’s made a welcome change in our house from the usual trashy girly mags full of fluffy bunnies and a useless free toy that Martha can’t resist.
Anorak inspired her to write a story about a flying dog that came to the rescue of a family trapped in a burning high-rise (wow), well worth the £3.50 and no plastic in sight!
You can find out more about Anorak here.