Archive for May, 2015

Everybody likes a good sale Open-mouthed smile so here’s one for this weekend … just for you!

The James Solly range of quality canvas prints, has something to suit everyone.

All our canvases are made with museum grade 420gsm, bright white, tight-weave canvas material which is hand-stretched over heavy-duty 35mm deep knot-free pine frames.

Our manufacturer uses only use the very latest printing technologies, which utilises a 12 colour lightfast pigment system delivering outstanding accuracy, impressively rich vibrancy and excellent colour reproduction. 

To add extra durability, and to ensure your canvas stands the test of time, we laminate all of our canvases to prevent cracking on the edges, help prevent ink-fade and protect your canvas from light scuffs and moisture.

They arrive ready to hang, with a specially designed hanging kit that also hangs your canvas flush to the wall.

Finally, each canvas is checked by the quality control team before it is carefully packaged in unbranded, white presentation boxes, and sent out to you Smile 

Borders can be black, white or “image wrap” (depending on image choice) 

 

Canvas Sale

 

Sale prices and sizes for this weekend only are as follows :

18 x 12 – £54.95

24 x 16  – £59.95

30 x 20 – £69.95

36 x 24 – £79.95

All sizes above are in inches

All prices are totally inclusive of VAT and delivery to any mainland UK address is just £6.95!

Simply contact us for more information or to place your order

email – info@jamessolly.com 

Sale ends at midnight on Sunday 31st May!

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So, for something slightly different, I thought I’d pop up a little post about the Queen Mary 2 departing Greenock.

This was taken just a few nights ago, and to make things a little bit more challenging, I was actually on the steam paddle ship, “Waverley” watching the QM2 depart.

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It was freezing, I was not exactly dressed for how cold it actually turned out to be, and the whole night took an absolute age to get to this point, but it was all worth it in the end.

Someone once said that the best thing you can carry in your camera bag is patience, and on this occasion that was very true!

Thankfully, I spent the remainder of the journey back to Glasgow in the engine room – which is the warmest place on the ship!

If you’ve never been on the Waverley, then put it on your bucket list .. fantastic experience Smile

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