Posts Tagged ‘marine prints’

Newsletter 8, Sea Fever and super yachts

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009

Newsletter, Sea Fever and super yachts, The Marine Art of Gordon Frickers No. 8 © august 2009

We hope you find the following interesting, engaging, interactive, and will forward this to friends. (more…)

Marine Art, prices at auction

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

Pickle__detail_of_signal_2214__Popham__s_code_e.jpg Re Marine Art, in the past few days I have spoken with artists including Tim Thompson and David Folley, a dealer/artist Adrian Phippen and looked at sale prices in London and Plymouth, conclusion, prices are (more…)

Snow and more snow

Saturday, December 19th, 2009

Seems like a good day to catalogue my work, my marine painting and marine prints in particular.

My car is not going any ware for a while… Ma_voiture_IMG_6579_wp.jpg

I have been invited to show next year at the European Parliament, quite an honour, very very few British artists have show, Exhibit at the European Parliament

Still quad bike weather here and even the quad bike is sliding.  Quad_solution_IMG_6609_d.jpg

The roads remain almost impassable.

We are hearing from Castelnau, little traffic and only cars with chains are moving safely around hereand even them with caution.

Back in the picture or in this case, marine prints

Saturday, December 19th, 2009

Marine prints and marine painting back on the agenda, see the list below?

At last I am able to again  accept offers of exhibitions!

Despite and because of the severe weather making roads all but impassable and much other activity difficult,  I have finally catalogued the framed marine prints here.  Itzac_Noel_IMG_6656_d.jpg

One at least is still missing, where is it? (more…)

Marine painting news, Trafalgar, galleries and re sales

Monday, February 8th, 2010

Several interesting emails today, all 3 enquiries for marine paintings (not marine prints) about Nelson and Trafalgar.
Curiously this makes 3 enquiries for that sort of painting in the past week…
Seems a bit like the old joke about waiting for buses?Gib_IMG_6777_wp.jpg
Of course, followers of this blog will know, Gordon has a new marine painting on that subject, Nelson at Gibraltar,  in production (hence insert pop up pic here) at this moment and another, a new version of Trafalgar Dawn, almost ready to start. (more…)

A Giclée print?

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Answers to recent enquiries re a Giclée print , what are your Heritage marine  prints like, would you describe the prints as to the print technique?

These are frequent questions so here are reliable answers, to guide you.

In brief our Heritage marine prints are “improved SuperGiclée

Each Heritage marine print is individually produced, signed and numbered for those discerning individuals who appreciate the best quality and investment. (more…)

Marine prints, an easier way to buy

Friday, November 26th, 2010
I’m in the beautiful village of Shilton in the Cotswold hills near Oxford.
The frost has not thawed today despite a mostly clear sky.
I am in 4 layers starting with thermals and fighting off a chill, otherwise OK thank you.
We are working on various issues including redesigning the Print Gallery on my web site intending to make purchasing significantly easier. (more…)