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The 13ft cube swallows work: much to the surprise of artists who invariably have to return to their studios to pick up more work. and similarly this Tardis like gallery is often known to spill with 150 jolly guests at it's Private Views. The Gallery can be rented @ £550 p/w and curated by the artist but also hosts shows created by the eccentric owner from an increasing list of emerging new talent.
Inspired by antique jewellery, this one painted on the reverse of a convex frame glass
I asked friends who I met with beautiful eyes, this one is Min's granddaughter Ellie who is a singer and songwriter I hope to do more so she can use it on her next Album! x
this is HRH the Queen
send me a closeup pic of your eye if you'd like to join this illustrious crew or commission one as a gift (as they were intended)
Antique Mirrors in pairs and singles and from Large to small all available soon at very competitive prices. Go on! You know you'd love one. Support us! Buy a Mirror! x
with huge patience and skills that I thought I'd forgotten ....but haha! there's life in the old dog yet...the repair and restoration is painstaking but then you will benefit from the work of a perfectionist
Channelling my dear friend Mike Smith who taught me everything I know about gilding and restoration some 30 years ago
is the website of all things hat and all things dog in fact all things
enabling you to purchase a beautiful couture hat or rent an exquisite piece of headgear which is created from the rarest antique trim and veiling or commission a portrait of your dog.....
An erstwhile shop selling extravagant millinery to the rich and famous THE HEPSIBAH GALLERY has managed to keep its loyal following in its unbelievable transformation from a Mrs Haversham type clutter of feathers to a slick but still charming Gallery
and now out of retirement we have HEPSIBAH REDUX
-the age of exquisite, exceptional millinery is reborn in Hepsibah's new collection of Hats to be revealed .....
FILM MADE BY JOE HUMPHREYS
photography by Christine Bradshaw