Canvas Prints

By Sally Pudney on 1st February 2015

To launch a series of limited edition canvas prints was one of my goals for the year, but I wasn’t expecting to get it up and running quite so soon!

Ever since I started the dinghy paintings in 2012 they have been really popular, and most have sold almost as soon as they are finished. But there have been some which have been really popular which I could have sold over and over again. I thought this new venture might be a way of letting more people have a copy of their favourite ones. I am limiting each edition to just 6 copies, though, so that they are still rather special and exclusive – so if you want one you need to be quick off the mark! Each print is named on the back, along with it’s edition number (e.g. 1/6, 2/6, etc.) and also signed by me. The canvas is wrapped onto a strong wooden frame, 1.8cm deep, and I think the printing is very good with accurate colours which well represent the original painting.

The plan is now to have a new print available on the website on the last day of each month, throughout this year – and the first one is . . . BLUE DINGHY! All the details are on the new CANVAS PRINTS page accessible from the menu bar.

Blue Dinghy

The price of £30.00 includes packing and postage to any mainland U.K. address. If you are local to the Colchester area, though, and would rather deal direct instead of using PayPal, then do contact me using the email address which you can find on the contact page. Then watch out at the end of February for dinghy number two!

As it’s the 1st February today, I will wish you a happy February 🙂


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Sally Pudney

17th February 2015

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