Win a Fine Art Print

Every other month we are giving away a hand signed Fine Art Print
as a thank you to all our newsletter readers.
It's free to enter, so give it a go.

Not a subscriber to our newsletter yet, don't worry.
You will be added automatically when you enter this draw.

To take part choose one of the three featured images below
and tell us the name of your favourite print in the comments at the bottom of the page.
That's it you've entered the draw.

The next winner will be drawn on the 29th of February 2024.
So go ahead and enter the draw.
The winner will be notified via email and announced here in this blog.
Good Luck.
The size of the winning print is approximately A3
This includes a white border with the artist's signature.

  • The Green Vespa

  • The Guitar Player

  • Fine Art Print of a Blue Door In Summer Light by oil painting Theo Michael

    Blue Door in Summer Light

The winners so far...

Congratulations to Andrew Georgiou,
our latest winner for December who has won the Fine Art Print of The Rehearsal

The winners 2023:
October Serena Ravenscroft, August Mike Walters, June Stefan Bissmann, April Tom Denton, February David Gardner
Previous winners for 2022:
December Helen Tumelty, October Luise Wilson, September Pam Coupland, August Carolyn Alexander, and the first Winner for July Bev Chrysanthou.

 Have you decided on your favourite print?

Just leave the name of the print from the choice above in the comments below
and you are entered in this month's draw.

 Good Luck!

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The blue door

Andrew Georgiou

The Blue Door please. I would frame it and give it to my mom :-)

Karen Vasiliou

The blue door..I just want to step inside..intriguing….

Christine Keery

I love "The Blue Door’. It will compliment our other ‘Art by Theo Michael’ pictures on our living room wall. It also would remind us of our time in Cyprus.

Niki Allen

The Cyprus Blue Door 11am is my favorite of the 3 beautiful paintings listed above. I love the colors he used. When looking at it, I wonder what is behind the door and also what the neighborhood around it looks like.

David L Uncapher

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