Saturday, 28 March 2020

Fwd: Cygnet Gallery new website

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From: Grenville Allen <>
Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2020 at 10:30
Subject: Re: Cygnet Gallery new website
To: Anna 

'Morning Anna

Well done for taking the Cygnet website on.  It seems to be the only route (the internet) left to everyone now.

Anyway, here's my bit: 

Grenville Allen in his corner of the Cygnet Gallery

I've attached a few pics above.  They're all painted in acrylic but in an old English watercolour technique ~ without the use of white paint.

Exception to this is 'The Enchanted Lake' featuring the frog and gnome.  This has been framed with a sort of Gothic twist.  This is the original.

Hope all this makes sense, Anna.  And thanks again. 👍🎨


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On Fri, 27 Mar 2020 at 11:22, Anna McDowell <> wrote:
As you all may know we are going to close the current website which is owned by Swans Trust and replace it with our own. This transaction was initially going to happen sometime at the end of April beginning of May. However this may have changed.

I have started to put together another very simple site and used some of the information on the current site. I have managed to transfer text and one or two images However, images are proving a major problem so if you wish to continue  to have a page on our Gallery's site please send me some images. Also can you check your details.

For those who are not on our site and would like to have a page please send me your information and images.

Please the links on you page have not been activated yet. 

If you click on this link you can see what I've done so far 

I'm not a website designer so please forgive any inconsistencies. 

Best wishes
For all you want to know about the heritage craft of Dorset Buttons

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