The next in the edition is 10/25

Why not treat yourself this New Year?  Own it now for just £56 (inc VAT) 

‘Cray Valley Technical High School – 63 Years’

The long-promised Cray Valley photo-montage ‘Cray Valley Technical High School – 63 Years’ is now available. The gallery-quality giclée print comes directly from The Print Space, the UK’s leading fine art lab, in a Limited Edition of just 25 of which 9 are with old boys already.

Looks very handsome in a black frame with a wide mount.

The fine-art print uses archival inks onto 310 gsm Hahnmühle German Etching paper and measures 548mm x 378mm including a 20mm white border all around. It is shipped to you in a very strong tube by 1st Class Signed-for and both the quality and delivery is guaranteed by The Print Space and you can rest assured that their work is as good as it gets. (Just a happy coincidence but Ken Lloyd pointed out to us that The Print Space are located in Kingsland Road!)

 

The last square!

Each print comes with a hologrammed certificate of authenticity bearing a unique registration number and also showing the number of your print within the edition. A further matching hologram sticker is supplied for affixing to the back of the print after framing.

Now the low numbers (1-9) have been sold the remaining Limited Edition prints are being offered at just £56 including VAT  (plus £5.22 shipping UK only). Worldwide shipping rates are available at checkout before payment is taken).

To buy a print please click the image above or use this link. where you will find the ‘Buy’ button on the bottom right-hand side of the page. Payment is by any major credit or debit card or PayPal if you prefer and all proceeds go towards the running and maintenance of our website and blog.

Can you find yourself within the 600 ‘squares’?

See if you can find yourself in one or more of these four sections of the print: (click to enlarge)

 

 

 

 

 

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About Colin Cadle

I trained as a pilot at the Royal Air Force College Cranwell flying jets and qualified as a captain on Wessex search and rescue helicopters in the Gulf. However, my professional future was destined to be firmly back on the ground... In 1976 a chance introduction to Julie Andrews' husband film producer Blake Edwards really kicked off my interest in photography after he invited me onto the set of the Peter Sellers' now classic film 'The Pink Panther Strikes Again' at Shepperton Studios. Stills photographer David Farrell further fired my enthusiasm when, during a break in filming, I was offered a short photo shoot with leading fashion model and 'Bond girl' actress Maud Adams. From that moment on art and photography have always played a major part in my life. I now live in the beautiful southwest corner of England with​ my designer and photo-stylist wife Jan. Following a serious illness in 2016 we were forced to leave commercial photography behind us but this now allows me to concentrate solely on creating art from my studio in Devon

2 responses »

  1. Graham Spence says:

    Thanks Colin. Just received my montage print, superb quality and a great idea. Now to put my Cray Valley taught woodworking skills to use framing it.
    Kind regards, Graham.

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  2. Richard Beer says:

    Received my montage yesterday, No2/25, I guess Colin has No1? What an excellent high quality production in every respect and very well packaged to boot. A great tribute and memento of days and years at CVTHS. A feature item on Antiques Roadshow in 2054 perhaps? Well done yet again Colin!

    Richard Beer

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