Latch Burn Framing, Tony and Andrea Fitzpatrick
[above] Dunning from the air.
We live in the quiet and historic village of Dunning in Perthshire, Scotland. Dunning is situated 9 miles west of the city of Perth. Latch Burn Framing studio is named after the Latch Burn which runs through the village.
Andrea enjoys quilting and general craft-work, works with fabric art including cross stitch, crewel work, tapestry etc and prepares these through various processes including blocking, stretching, lacing etc as part of the framing process.
As well as framing, Tony is also a watercolour artist specialising in local landscapes and animal portraits, creates the mounts and frames to customers specifications after detailed consultation carried out at the Studio in Latch Burn Wynd, Dunning or at the homes of customers who prefer a home visit.
[above] The Tron Square, Dunning
We can provide a home visit for customers who reside within a 10 mile radius of our Studio where we will discuss customers specific requirements and provide the best advice possible. A large selection of moulding samples and mountboard samples are taken along for customers to look at and choose from.
Customers who wish to visit the Studio can also choose from a wide variety of moulding samples and mountboard options.
We have customers further afield too and have successfully completed projects that have been arranged entirely online and through phone contact. Completed frames have been safely sent into Europe and elsewhere (despite Brexit) The process is fairly straightforward and we can provide guidance and also a no obligation quotation.
Every care is taken to ensure that customers are protected through compliance with any current and mandatory Covid measures and restrictions during both Home and Studio visits.