Located in the beautiful county of Somerset and based just outside of the city of Wells in the quaint hamlet of Burcott, we are a family run business established around a father and son team, Peter and Jake Vincent, wives Anne and Jules respectively, Marnie (picture framing), Townsend(greeting cards printing) and Debbie(accounts).
Our ethos is simple - to achieve the highest quality output in everything we do from printing to framing.
With a lifelong career built around the art industry our family business has evolved greatly over the years to become what it is now. Over the past 25 years our business has grown to include a very busy and high quality picture framing service providing local (and not so local) artists with beautifully made bespoke picture frames. In that time we have also built up a very large base of artists and photographers who come to us for our 'Fine art printing' service. With our large format printers we can produce high quality giclèe prints to virtually any size, whether on canvas, board or watercolour paper made at the local St. Cuthberts Paper Mill at Wookey Hole. Add to this we have the ability to produce fine art greetings cards of the very highest quality in any quantity.
We provide a one-stop service for professional artists and photographers looking to have their printing, finishing, mounting and framing done all in one visit. But it's not just professionals that we cater for - all are welcome to come and take in the beautiful views from our studio gallery and enjoy our picture framing and printing service which includes photo enlargements and printing your photos onto canvas, as well as browsing through our range of Somerset scenes.
"Few enterprises could fit better into Somerset today than their fine art printing, water colouring and picture framing business, tucked away on the Levels at Burcott"
"Having always been in the art industry we set up to expand and diversify into the Fine Art business". That "setting up", as with all this most likeable family's modest statements, hides remarkable achievement. While first operating from the kitchen table, they built their spacious Pennybatch Gallery, the wood-frame workshop-studio-printing room at the bottom of the pretty village garden behind their cottage, with windows opening on views across Peter's beloved Levels to the magnificent north aspect of the Tor".