Business Celebrates Brush with Success


M.E.N. May 2008 Composite Imaging, a digital art business run by Jackie Anderson and Paulette Bansal, has secured its biggest single contract with an agreement to supply 22 pieces of work for a major new NHS treatment centre in Nottingham. The duo met on a university fashion and textile design course but kept in touch when they embarked on different careers, as a fashion buyer and teacher. They teamed up again in 2005 to start the business. Jackie, 47, of Bowdon, near Altrincham, and Paulette, 48, of Didsbury, supply images of photographs and paintings to offices, leisure centres and hotels. The images – from abstract to city scenes – are produced on canvas, metal, banners and acrylic in various colours, dimensions and shapes, including circular and wave effect. They are introducing a range of waterproof art which they are aiming at hotels and developers for bathrooms. Turnover is expected to rise from £75,000 to £100,000 this year. By Kevin Feddy

Tags: abstract to architectural | acrylic | art for hospitals | banners | canvas | metal

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