AMAZING NEWS! We have teamed up with Toby at Tweed Art Framing Studio in Peebles - the only Fine Art Trade Guild Commended Framer in the Borders. We are so pleased that we will be working with an expert in the field of framing, who will lovingly present Jayne's work and your favourite shots from your session the way they deserve to be.
To celebrate this exciting new partnership, we are offering all existing clients the opportunity to have their photo galleries re-uploaded for FREE (usually charged at £10 per day) and a 10% discount on any Framed Eclipse Collection Fine Art Prints purchased. Your favourite image will be printed on the very best fine art paper of the highest quality and is light-fast for 100 years. Your frame is lovingly custom made by Tweed Art to compliment your image perfectly, will be double mounted and finished with artist's non-reflective glass.
If you'd like more details on how to get your photo gallery re-uploaded for FREE and the opportunity to have one of your favourite images printed and expertly framed by Tweed Art, get in touch by clicking the button below.
"We understand that having your photographs taken, processed and presented to you is a big and careful decision to make. Likewise when it comes to framing and presenting your favourite pictures from a session, we want to make sure it is done in the best possible way and to the highest standard.
Tweed Art use the best materials possible to enhance your picture. The picture frames used are sourced from Forest Stewardship Council certified forests. The mount board that they use is the only mount board to contain zeolites, microscopic particles that absorb harmful chemicals and pollutants in the atmosphere. If you thought glass was glass then look again. Tweed Art use True Colour Super Clear glass that has been heated for five times longer to burn out the iron impurities, giving very little reflection and allowing you to see the image so much clearer. Along with their impeccable attention to detail, we like to conserve your artwork and ensure that it remains in optimum condition.
There is more to framing than just four bits of wood and a bit of glass around your picture" - Toby Watts