WEST Lothian’s finest landmarks have been captured in a fantastic new painting . . .
And a copy could be gracing your livingroom in time for Christmas.
The West Lothian Herald and Post has teamed up with Cascade Prints to offer four, framed prints of this stunning composition by artist Ian M. Fraser.
It cleverly includes everything from Linlithgow Palace and Hopetoun House to modern constructions like the new McArthur Glen complex – and even Bathgate Golf Club!
(See the paper – out now – for full details. Or visit the website at www.westlothianhp.co.uk)
Cascade boss Jim Devlin says: “In total more than 20 scenes from around the area have been woven into one picture (including landmarks from Bo’ness and Queensferry – once part of the old county). It’s a stunning composition, drawing a lot of interest from our customers.”
Cascade is a spin-off from the people behind the Frame Shop – which traded for many years from a base in Linlithgow High Street. Both businesses are now located in East Calder.
The business specialises in historic and local prints – offering both limited editions and ‘open editions’ (where prints can be unlimited). Cascade sells framed prints and also just the prints themselves – with or without mounts (ideal for sending abroad).
The large print of the West Lothian composition (approx 34 x 19 inches, in a brown wood frame, with gold detailing), normally sells for £55 each. However, you can get one for free. Check out the paper for details.
• You can see the West Lothian print, and find out more about Cascade, at Boom Coffee and Sandwich Bar, High Street, Linlithgow – or in the windows at Fisher’s Bakers, Main Street, Whitburn, and at XTC, South Street, Bo’ness. Alternatively, call Cascade on 01506 885161, or visit the showroom at 22 Raw Holdings, Langton Road, East Calder.