event image Welcome to The Picture House, the ideal place for all your framing requirements.

Established in 1994, we offer a friendly, professional and reliable in-house bespoke framing service to both retail and trade customers. Our customers benefit from one of the largest selections of frame mouldings, mounts and speciality glass in the area.

Based over two sites, the main gallery is based at 4, 6 & 8 Burnley Road, Padiham, Lancashire, BB12 8BX. We specialise in original works by up and coming and collectable artists from the North West of England. The gallery also has a large range of signed limited edition prints, original print and is your local stockist of limited edition bronze sculptures by Michael Simpson. Both sites offer our expert framing service and the Preston shop has a small selection of artwork on display.

Padiham gallery artists include Michael Ashcroft, Victoria Ashworth, Geoff Birks, Peter Brook, Mary Campbell, Steve Capper, Richard Clare, Robert Cook, David Coulter, Chris Cyprus, Eddie Davies, Malcolm Fryer, Richard Green , Patricia Haskey, Rob Hefferan, Michael Hunter, Nicola Litchfield, Norman Long, Anthony Marn, David McKiddie, Don McKinlay, Chris McLoughlin, Ceris Jones, Ian Norris, Stephen Ormerod, John Parker, Simon Plum, , Steve Rostron, Ryder, Wendy Satchwell, Peter Stanaway, A C Telfer, David Walshaw. Creative photographer Lee Mansfield, world renowned horse photographer, Matthew Seed, creamicist and painter Kate Collins, printmakers Rita Robson & Alex McIntosh, and glassware by Diane Rawlinson & Linda Ridsdale.

Occasionally we come across original paintings by artists other than those that we represent full time. You can see this work here One-off Collectibles, as well as any items on sale.

The Padiham gallery also offers an expert framing service and the Preston shop continues to offer a selection of framed prints, limited editions and some small original works.

A NOTE TO ARTISTS - If you are looking for gallery representation, please do not turn up unannounced. In the first instance email a few images to pichouse04@gmail.com.

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Both premises will close at 4pm on Saturday 22nd December and will be closed throughout the holidays to give the elves a rest. Re-open as usual Wednesday 2nd January.