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Cam-vas Prints by Doug Harbour

Cam-vas

"I reproduce photographs onto stretched-canvas with sizes up to 30x20 inches for standard format pictures. No further framing is necessary but the 'floating canvas' appearance is an attractive option (picture below right). Panoramic prints can also be done with a maximum height of 20" and almost unlimited length. The Triptych is an alternative option option for wide images, and the latest addition is the Photo-Block - a photo affixed to a veneered wood-block (picture on the left).

I use top quality inks and varnish which protects against water and UV light damage. With care, these canvases can last a lifetime.

In addition to my own photoprints, I also use customers' photos (preferably digital) to produce any image of choice. These may be brought in or emailed to me. I can usually turn orders around within a week".

Cam-vas Cam-vas

There are more examples on Doug's web site www.cam-vasprints.co.uk

Doug attends Wallingford Local Producers Market most weeks or you can contact him by email service@cam-vasprints.co.uk.


Impphoto

 

Photographer John Hailstone has been taking photographs since the age of ten, when he acquired his first Kodak Instamatic camera. Now a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society and an accomplished photographer, John's images feature in many local exhibitions.

John has lived and worked in America for three years and captured many images from that formative time.

See examples of John's work on his web site www.impphoto.com

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Mark Wood Artist

Mark Wood's stall is always filled with pictures in watercolours and oils, and cards of local scenes and wildlife, seaside views, animals, birds and portraits.

Although he is a theatre set designer and children's book illustrator, Mark enjoys painting for fun, exploring the sense of colour, light and freedom associated with the sea. He's always interested in commissions for paintings of houses, children, pets, cars and from you photographs. markwood@gmx.net

boy boat

Mark explores the sense of colour, light, freedom and stillness associated with the sea

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