Winter Sale Now On – Wall Decor and Mirrors for Less!

We have just launched our annual winter sale. With up to 50% OFF excluding anything which is already reduced and a few selected items and artists. From now until midnight on the 31st of January we are clearing selected lines and discounting artworks, framed pictures and wall mirrors in our yearly winter sale.

Why not take advantage of these superb offers and treat yourself or a loved one to something special. A bright new picture or wall mirror is a great way of re-refreshing a wall in your lounge or dinning room for the new year celebrations, especially if your having guests. These kind of places are perfect for having some impact when entering the room and are a great talking point.

Other items in the sale include selected original artworks with 10% OFF and up to 30% OFF mirrors.

We deliver wall decor UK and Worldwide with free UK delivery over £100.00

Winter Wishes From All at The Enid Hutt Gallery

As we near the end of the year, we wanted to take a moment to thank you for the time, energy, commitment, and trust you’ve shared with us in 2009. Your support and great feedback is greatly appreciated, especially in such tough times.

The current weather conditions has affected us all with many orders and deliveries taking a little longer than usual, we thank you for your patience and apologise for any inconvenience. If you do need to contact us for anything at all please see our opening hours below for the festive period.

We’re looking forward to helping you get that perfect look in 2010.
With best wishes for Christmas and the New Year,

Enid, Kevin & Clarke
Enid Hutt Gallery

Opening Hours:

Christmas Eve: 10am – 2pm (with telephone and email support until 5pm)

Closed: Saturday 26th & Monday 28th
Open: Sunday 27th, Tuesday 29th, Wednesday 30th & Thursday 31st

Opening after Hogmanny on the 5th of January commencing normal hours 10am – 5pm.

Deliveries can be made up to the 30th and resuming on the 4th of January.
Contact us or visit the website for more information.

How to Look After Artwork & Paintings

A painting should never be taken for granted; taking care of your art is essential.

When we think of the care-taking of art, we imagine intensive treatments, masks, little brushes, and lots of time consuming hard work. Well, that’s certainly true of restoration work, and during the course of a piece of art’s long life, it does have enemies. Knocks, tears, staining, environmental and pest damage can take its toll. But by following a few tips and tricks, you can enjoy your painting for many years to come, and protect your investment.

One of the worst offenders for damaging art is moving. Occasionally to a different room, but especially to a new property. The key to this is working out how to move the artwork, and where to move it to, first. Don’t be afraid to ask for extra help if needed, particularly for larger pieces.

Take time to ensure that the corners of the frame or canvas are adequately protected. It’s always best to wear gloves when handling paintings, as the oils from your fingers can cause damage to certain finishes. If possible, try not to leave your paintings in storage for extended periods.

This takes us to the dangers that come from all sorts of creepy-crawlies, which can cause a real headache for collectors. Apologies in advance for any itchiness that reading this may cause!

These bugs enjoy warm, humid and dark places. If you have your painting stored in a place that is rarely visited this is even more likely to make your art an attractive food source for moths, worms and beetles. If kept in storage, a regular inspection is essential to make ensure your art is unaffected.

The environment in which your painting is displayed is also incredibly important. Keep your painting out of direct sunlight. The ultraviolet rays will cause the painting to fade over time. Your painting should be hung in a cool, dry spot, free from strong sunlight passing over it.

It seems that there are a lot of things to remember, but by just being protective of your painting this will become second nature.