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Morning Eye Christmas Cards

This is one of my favourite views of the Millennium Bridge taken from The Tyne Bridge.

The early morning light breaking through the clouds provided the perfect backdrop for this painting reproduced as Christmas Cards.

Inside Blank for your own message

Pack of 5


Muttrah Corniche, Oman Bookmark

Museum quality magnetic bookmark of Muttrah Corniche, Muscat, Oman


My North East

My North East is a fabulous coffee-table book packed with in-depth interviews with 65 of the best-known people from the North East including Artist Alan Reed.

It features celebrities from stage and screen, musical heroes and sporting ledgends of all ages.

All profits from the book will be donated to The Sir Bobby Robson Foundation

Available to buy from www.my-northeast.co.uk



New York, Dusk

A view of the Empire State Building taken from the top of the Rock at dusk.

The building remained the world's tallest for 40 years after it's construction in 1931 and still remains one of the most iconic images of New York city and of America.

Available in larger sizes please contact


Official U.S. Open Championship Poster

Official U.S. Open Championship Poster by Kennth Reed

Hills Country Club, Birmingham Michigan 13-16 June 1996. 


Rodin's "The Kiss"

A giclee print taken from a watercolour painting of Rodin's "The Kiss" based on two charcoal drawings and a small watercolour painted on location in the National Gallery, Edinburgh. 

Larger and smaller sizes available. Please contact for details.

Original painting available.

Print arrived of the kiss thank you, and so pleased with it.

It is going to be the perfect 'Silver Wedding' gift for my son and daughter-in-law.

Once again, 'Thank You', R Etherington



Royal Crescent Bookmark

Museum quality magnetic bookmark of the Royal Crescent in Bath.


Royal St George's 2011

A limited edition poster by Ken Reed featuring Henry Cotton playing the 8th hole in the 2nd round of the 1934 open at Royal St George's. He won the Championship and this record round of 65 gave name to a famous golf ball.