Welcome to Collier Framing.
(The home of seriously good picture framing by Anne Collier)
Since July, 2014, my new address is Unit 2, Acomb Industrial Estate, Hexham, NE46 4SA. It may not be in as picturesque a spot as the Bothy, but it’s closer to civilisation and much easier to find! The industrial estate is clearly signposted opposite the turn up into the village, and is also waymarked by a little forest of signs for the various businesses homed there, including a big red VALTRA sign. Ridleys Fish and Game are on the same estate.
Nothing else has changed (except possibly my state of mind):- I have the same wide range of framing options, attention to detail and conservation practices, free parking, fast turnaround if needed, and I would still advise you to ring before you visit, just in case I’m not there!
So come and visit, but please ring first; -I no longer keep regular opening hours, and I’d hate you to waste your journey.
All the work I do is guaranteed and to conservation standard, as specified by the Fine Art Trade Guild. Directions on how to find me are on the Contact page. When you pass the speed camera heading north, look out for the signs at the entrance to Howford Lane. (Incidentally, Howford Lane leads not only to the industrial estate, but also to the Meeting of the Waters, which was recently declared an SSI, and is a beautiful walk along the river.)
All the pictures I had in stock when I left Milburn House are still available; I will be updating the artists’ pages as fast as I can, but as a quick reminder, I have work by:-
Walter Holmes, John Coatsworth, James Williamson Bell, Juliet de Gaye, Alan Reed, Anton Sulek, Frank Burke, Robert Heindel, Susan Edwards, Bernard Dunstan, Alexander Millar (1 signed print), David Pearson, Rob Piercy, David Shepherd, Roger Dean, and reproduction maps of Northumberland.
If the artists pages you are interested in aren’t shown yet, for further details, just ring me! (Anne Collier: 07908 487589)