Orders can still be placed during this period but will only be despatched as normal from 03/01/2023. We expect disruption to deliveries over the next few weeks because of the Postal strikes and the backlog that these will create. Please allow extra time for your order to reach you.

Because of RM strikes due to take place on 9th, 11th, 14th, 15th, 23rd and 24th of December, there will be disruption to our collections and delays on delivery times. We will be working hard to get your goods out to you but please allow more time for delivery of your orders as a result of the delays this will cause.
Delivery is no longer guaranteed for Christmas.

Have you taken a peek at our shop yet? 

Among the items for sale is an exclusive collection of Fine Art Giclée Prints featuring British Fauna. The collection, by Peter Taylor Ward, features  beautiful drawings of some of the UK’s most loved animals and birds. Along with this glorious Cockerel, the collection also includes a fox, a Highland Cow, a rabbit and several hares. The whole menagerie and more can be purchased via the Cut Loose Art web site or our Facebook page.

Put art at the heart of your home with Fine Art prints from Cut Loose Art.  

Venice Tint Series by Peter Taylor Ward

Venetian Style

A lost cause? A Venetian Style makeover on an extremely battered, old chair. This unimpressive piece of furniture looked like it had stood in a

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Libyan Sybil Charcoal Drawing by Kim Curtis

The Libyan Sybil

The Libyan Sybil is featured in another section of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Masterpiece. This particular figure from Classical mythology was a prophetess named Phemonoe. My charcoal

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Venice I Tint Cushion by Peter Taylor Ward

Cosy Art

Cut Loose Art have been working hard to bring Art to the Heart of your Home!  And, with our new range of cushions, you can

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Printed artwork entitled Venice IV Tint by Peter Taylor Ward

Venice Charcoal Drawing The charcoal drawing of Venice IV Tint takes shape.  So, as you would expect, every print starts as a drawing. This short film shows

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