Buying my original Peak District inspired moorland art for Christmas?
Please make sure you order from my Folksy shop by Friday 17th December 2021. I will be doing my last post office run on Saturday 18th. My Folksy shop will be closed between Christmas and New Year.
My Redbubble store will remain open throughout the festive period for a selection of reproduction prints and gifts, but please note I am not in control of production or lead times for items purchased through them.
I’m very excited to be taking part in the Folksy Local Online Christmas Markets on 27th & 28th November 2021. It will be a great opportunity to buy unique gifts from artists and makers in your local area (or further afield in the UK) without having to deal with the crowds!
I will be one of the stallholders in the North and Northern Ireland market. Mark the date in your diary and preview all of the markets and stallholders here:
Inspired by a love of the windswept moors of the Peak District, each of these unique landscape monotype prints represents a moment of quiet contemplation and reconnection with nature, an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
These one of a kind, hand-pulled prints make a perfect gift for those who love to be reminded of the beauty and wild nature of upland and moorland landscapes.
Hand printed onto acid-free paper
Paper size A4 (210 x 297mm)
Image size varies. See individual listings for details
Made in Sheffield, UK
Carefully packaged and posted in protective packaging
I’ve been reading/admiring the Hope Valley Journal since issue 1, so I am delighted that one of my drawings has been used to illustrate an article about Mam Tor in Issue 5. Here it is in my hands! It’s so beautiful.
Amongst other delights, this issue also features breathtaking photography (including the cover photo above) by Sam Walker and a brilliant guide to identifying wild mushrooms illustrated by my extremely talented friend Andrea Joseph.
Several original drawings of Mam Tor, including the one featured in Hope Valley Journal Issue 5, are available in my Folksy shop. Prints are also available from £18 – please contact me if you can’t see the piece you are interested in.
Hi! Just a quick note about Christmas orders for my Peak District landscape art and prints.
For UK Christmas delivery please order ASAP, and by Fri 18/12/20 at the latest. I am posting orders out the following morning as much as possible, but please allow up to 3 days for me to get to the Post Office.
Local collection (including last minute orders!) is available from Sheffield S7 (Carterknowle area) – simply leave me a note in the message to seller at checkout to say you would like to collect and I will email you to arrange a convenient time. Alternatively you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m adding more to my Folksy shop as quickly as I can so please keep checking back. A4 prints of most of my work are available so please ask if you can’t see what you’re looking for. These are printed in-house using Epson inks on textured matt-finish 190gsm archival paper. A3 prints are also usually available by request – my Dad is printing these for me on his larger scale printer, so please allow an extra day.
Well, baby number 2 definitely isn’t ready for me to do any painting, or much else, just yet.
I’m hoping to return to work properly in June (fingers crossed) but I am allowed to work a few more KIT days before then so I have opened my shop back up with longer shipping times. Please note that I’ve specified 21 days from placing an order to posting. In reality I’d usually expect to get parcels out in around 7-10 days, with the help of helpful husband.
I’ve added options for international shipping now too – artwork on paper will be rolled in a tube and sent via airmail.
As usual, any questions, please send me an email and helpful husband or I will get back to you ASAP.
I’m off to schedule some Instagram posts before I go to bed…
Hi! As of 15th September 2019 I’m on Maternity Leave until (potentially) June 2020.
During this time I will not be selling prints and cards from my Folksy shop*. You will instead be able to buy art prints, posters, cards, stationery, clothing, homeware and other gifts featuring my work through my shop on Redbubble. This is a Print on Demand service which will make and deliver your order directly to you, so there’s 0% involvement from me and 0% chance of me messing anything up due to sleep deprivation/only being able to use one arm!
My Folksy shop is currently in Holiday Mode, but I plan to reopen around the beginning of November [update] as soon as possible in the New Year. A selection of my original art will be available to buy when I reopen, but please allow up to 30 days for a response and for your order to be posted*.
Any posts on my blog and social media from mid September 2019 to June 2020 will most likely be scheduled a month in advance so please forgive any weirdness or delay in replying to emails or comments*.
Thanks for your continued support!
*BORING INFO ALERT: This is due to legal restrictions on the number of days I am allowed to work during my Maternity Allowance period.