Saturday, 7 November 2009

All the Latest.

Hello All,
As we now get into the busy period in the run up to xmas, finding time is now at a premium and having to cope with staff casualties of the dreaded viruses that seem to be endemic just now, was actually thinking about putting one of those countdown clocks onto the blog to show everyone how long it is till xmas day, but I happen to think that we are all pretty much aware of what day it is and how near Christmas is, so we shall go against the herd and refrain from putting a countdown clock on the blog, so if you find that you are running out of time to get the presents in for Christmas don’t blame us please:)
We have just taken delivery of another lot of our great range of outside - in clocks as they are called, and they are looking good in the gallery.

Nice clock with large numbers to see the time right away.
Also very pleased to announce that we now supply Fresh Cut Flowers prepared by our resident professional florist, who also supplies us with all kinds of bouquets of flowers for every occasion, up to now this service is only available at the shop in Scotland but we may bring it onto the website in future as well.

Good enough reason to show you a very nice Limited Edition signed print by Simon Bull called Dreamcatcher. This painting is good enough to have me sitting looking at it thinking about "Flowers in the Rain"

We shall have a big announcement to make soon regarding another great service we intend to bring to everyone and this will be available from the website and at our outlets. We are just getting ready to bring a fantastic service to you all that will let you find out your Family Surname history, using one of the largest data bases of Surname histories available and at really great prices.

Much more about this next week, for now have a great week end from all at Niche Gallery.


  1. Dreamcatcher is a beautiful bright print. Was the original acrylic?

  2. So now I am thinking, I should think about Christmas *sigh* Such seems to come around quicker each year.But you have given me food for thought.

  3. Hi Jocelyn,
    Not having seen the original painting, would have to assume it was indeed done in acrylic as the colours are so vibrant.


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