WIN a £250 voucher to spend at McAllister Thomas Fine Art in Godalming
McAllister Thomas Fine Art is a Surrey based independent art gallery. Formed in 2007, the gallery is situated in the market town of Godalming and has earned an enviable reputation for showcasing quality artworks by UK and International artists.
The gallery specializes in producing solo and group shows, exhibiting contemporary paintings and sculpture from exciting emerging and established artists with a sharp focus on original works. Landscapes by celebrated painter David Atkins, discovered by art critic Brian Sewell, hang alongside sensual portraits by Al Saralis and wonderful still life works by Scottish colourist Alison McWhirter.
The McAllister Thomas ethos is to provide high quality pieces of original art in informal surroundings focusing on first class customer service. The gallery has built long term relationships with clients, many of whom buy their very first original piece from the gallery and return through the years to expand their collections. The gallery safely ships to clients worldwide using an expert Heathrow based courier service. Recent destinations have included Monaco, New Zealand, Australia, Dubai, The United States and, closer to home, Switzerland and Germany.
The gallery consultancy service advises on works to suit an individual's tastes and spaces, art works can be viewed in the comfort of your home or office. McAllister Thomas has access to one of the finest picture hanging services in the UK which is essential when large works are to be hung in premier spaces. The gallery offers a zero percent payment scheme making a purchase that little bit easier and affordable by letting you spread the cost of your purchase over 10 months with an interest free loan.
For your chance to win a £250 voucher to spend at McAllister Thomas Fine Art in Godalming just answer this question:
In which market town is McAllister Thomas based?
Enter your answer with your contact details below or post to: The McAllister Thomas Competition, Wealden Times, 21 Stone Street, Cranbrook, Kent TN17 3HF by 15 May 2015.