The Canvas Art Studio

by 24th May 2015

The Canvas Art Studio
The Canvas Art Studio

The MostlyManx shop was founded by Dian Skelton who is also a Director at ViewPoint Software Services Limited and co-owner of the Laxey Woollen Mills.


And Dian is delighted to introduce, The Canvas Art Studio, a family owned business run by husband and wife team Joe and Lisa Nott. There's is an unique offering for the Island as they are the only dedicated providers of hand-made canvas prints, where every process is completed in their workshop and studio based on Market Hill, Douglas.


They are committed to providing the most diverse range of wall art prints possible and all canvas prints are custom-made for customers the moment the order is placed, either in the shop or online via their website.


The focus on quality is second to none for this local business, and the service you can expect when you step into their beautiful studio is exceptional, with every process being carried out on the premises so customers can see first-hand the care and attention that goes into every product. Each process is followed by rigorous quality control checks to ensure the highest possible quality.


Customers are able to choose from an array of copyrighted images, including those from local artists or alternatively submit their own for a personalised canvas print. Collages and picture restorations of old photographs are also possible, and make wonderful gifts.


For more information about The Canvas Art Studio, please visit their website.
Twitter: @DianSkelton
25 Nelson Street, Douglas IM1 2AN

Posted by Yabsta
24th May 2015 9:30 am.
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