Father’s Day Newsletter Offer

Have you signed up for the Steve Gubbins Studio Newsletter yet?  Our Newsletter is going out this week and has a fantastic offer for Father’s Day for all our subscribers.  Father’s Day is on Sunday 17th June and is coming round fast.  The promotion we are offering is for a half price family portrait session as well as your choice of a mounted 8” abstract photograph that you can select from our the ART section of our website.

Steve Gubbins Artist

Steve Gubbins is an award winning photographer who has won multiple awards for his family portraits and individual shots. All his portraits are of the highest quality and contain a special depth that only a true artist is able to capture.  In the last few years Steve has started to branch out into other mediums of art such as Ceramic Art and Abstract Photography, and he is already making a name for himself in both of these arenas as well.  His Abstract Photography is carefully constructed to be insightful and can be a real conversation starter.  If you have never owned a piece of Abstract photography, the Father’s Day offer could be a great opportunity to start.

Abstract Photography

Signing up for our newsletter will keep you up to date with all the news and information on what is happening at the studio during the year.  For instance, did you know that we are taking part in Horsham Artists Open Studios this year?   Have you seen any of the charity work that Steve has been involved in?  All these and more are included in our Newsletter every month as well as promotions and special offers that are only available to our newsletter subscribers.

This amazing offer is only available to Newsletter subscribers and will be available right up to Father’s day, so if you would like to take advantage, sign up now.

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