It’s that time of year! My new calendar for 2023 features my most recent painting of Robin Hood’s Bay on the cover. If you would like to order or reserve one (or more!) of my calendars, please contact me by phone or email. Thank you.
Edit. 6 December. I did do a second edition in November. I have now run out, but there are copies available from Wold Pottery in Loftus, and from the Brigantia exhibition at Inspired by Gallery in Danby Moors Centre. Thank you to everyone who bought one!
Still at the same price as the last few years (£12.50), with free postage if you order 2 or more (UK only). If you order just one calendar, or calendars to be sent to separate addresses, please add £2 towards postage, as both postage and printing costs have risen. Unless you’re struggling, in that case please let me know and I’ll waive the postage.
PS. 3 November 2022. I have no calendars left in stock, but I could get more printed. So if you missed out but you would like one, please let me know. If I get at least 25 orders, I’ll get more printed in mid November. 🙂
Each page features a different painting. This year the locations are not named on the calendar, so you could play a “guess the location” game, or come back to this page for the answers:
Trad tech, re-usable, recyclable.
Printed on SFC certified paper (mix from responsible sources).
Paper and ink technology: works without need for power or signal, to remind you of important appointments or birthdays.
Re-useable: each page is blank on the back, so you can cut out the pictures and use them as stationary or frame your favourite images.
By buying a calendar, you get a new image on your wall every month, and you help an artist to carry on creating. Thank you for supporting a local artist!