Most items do come framed within the price provided. All items can be framed on request.
Framed sizes may differ from the image sizes provided if not otherwise specified.
Images can be provided of the piece in situ or in it's currently framed state.
Please get in touch to discuss framing or to confirm existing framed size and appearance.
Sometimes things don’t work out, and that’s OK.
If you are a consumer based in the UK/European Union, you can return an item until 14 days after you have received the Goods and receive a full refund.
Unfortunately the right to refund does not apply to items that are personalised, bespoke or made-to-order to your specific requirements.
Please get in touch to discuss any arrangements for return.
Delivery costs are determined by the gallery, who is responsible for packing, insuring, and dispatching the work.
The costs and delivery schedule will be confirmed by the gallery after enquiry.
UK delivery may be complimentary but ArtsHaus galleries also deliver artwork worldwide using specialist carriers.
Artwork is also available for pickup in person free of charge and in some cases the gallery can arrange home viewings.
Once you have submitted a request to buy, the gallery will be in touch to confirm the availability and cost of delivery if applicable.
Once you’re happy to proceed payments are then made directly to the gallery through credit card, debit card, PayPal or bank transfer as per their instruction.
Payments are secured and we take fraud extremely seriously.
If you’d like to pay in instalments, please discuss this with the gallery directly – many offer finance schemes which will allow you to split the cost over a period of months at 0% APR.
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Alternatively you can talk to a specialist over the phone at 0203 488 1011
We’ll be happy to discuss any aspect of returns, framing, delivery etc. or provide helpful guidance with your search
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Born and brought up in Fife, Scotland, Sylvia Tarvet holds a psychology degree from St. Andrews University and a First Class degree in Fine Art from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design.
As an undergraduate she was the recipient of the Ede and Ravenscroft Award in her 2nd Year and of the Ian Eadie Award for Drawing and Painting in 4th Year. She was also chosen to exhibit in the RSA New Contemporaries Exhibition 2018.
Sylvia enjoys the physical nature of working with paint and clay which lends itself to the solidity of the human subject matter of her work. She is interested in the effect that emotion and experience can have on physical appearance, seeing the body as a psychological and emotional expression of identity. Throughout her work, she relies on physical forms to explore complex emotional life.
The porcelain girls' dresses, which are part of her ‘Dance’ series, are an exploration of the notion of ‘absence’, often more acutely experienced than a person or object’s presence. Tarvet’s use of porcelain as a medium allows each piece to find its own particular character as it moves in unique ways during the firing process. The individuality and fluidity of the pieces reflect the fragility and mundane beauty of life.