60 GILLYGATE YORK YO31 7EQ 01904 611544 www.fastframe.co.uk
Saturday 13th June
Window display changed to feature
limited edition prints
by Danny Abrahams We have them framed in a high gloss black finish.
London Marathon 2015.
We've had our first runner in today with their Medal from yesterdays London Marathon for framing.
Our latest window display features the work of up and coming York artist Phil Dodsworth. His work has already proved to be popular with collectors because of their distinctive eye catching vibrant colours
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THE LIMITED EDITION PRINTS
THEIR FIRST HOME
IT'S ALL IN THE GAME
THE WAITING GAME
WHO SAID RATS?
TOO TIRED TO PLAY
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MUMS THE WORD
LEND ME YOUR EARS
PORTRAIT OF A GORDON SETTER
Born in Sheffield, he was an only child who remembers his childhood fondly. Educated at Winteringham Grammar, John’s greatest ambition to play football was realised when he played firstly for his local town in Grimsby, then professionally for Torquay. Whilst in Torquay, John, who had always had an interest in painting started to paint portraits, landscapes and seascapes. Struggling to earn a living, he returned to his home town of Grimsby where he took a position as a fork lift truck driver and continued to paint in his spare time. Once his portfolio had grown, he held an exhibition in his local library which was a great success; this spurred him to find someone to promote his work.
On seeing an advertisement in a magazine, John contacted Sally Mitchell and travelled to meet her with a couple of originals under his arm. Sally, being so impressed with his work bought the originals and so one of the longest partnerships in the business of artist and publisher began.
A family man, John Trickett lives in Nottinghamshire with his partner and their cats. His three children and grandson all play a major part in his life. John’s paintings and prints hang in houses all over the world and he continues to be one of the greatest dog painters of our time. Quite an achievement.