Limited Edition Prints

Introducing our new giclee on canvas museum wrap.

 

Introducing our new giclee on canvas museum wrap of Evening Tide.  The edition is limited to 25 signed and numbered giclee on canvas reproductions, mounted on heavy-duty stretcher bars and ready to hang.
The canvas image area is 12 x 20 inches and mounted on 1-1/2 inch stretcher bars. The giclee on canvas edition is limited to 25 signed and numbered reproductions.  $750

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A-Patagonia-Morning-1000A Patagonia Morning
Limited Edition of 25 signed and numbered prints.  Image Size: 12 x 18 inches
Unframed Print:  $175, Framed print in honey burl:  $475

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Broad-River-Redfish--1000

Broad River Redfish
Limited Edition of 50 signed and numbered prints.  Image Size: 16-1/2 x 25 inches
Unframed Print:  $300, Framed print in honey burl:  $675

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All prints are produced to the highest standards on archival paper or canvas.

Fine Art Giclée (ghee-clay) prints are produced using the most advanced form of digital printmaking. The Giclée process provides unsurpassed color depth and life-like reproduction of the original artwork. The prints are produced with water based inks, any contact with water will damage it. While the giclée on canvas prints have a protective coating, never touch the image or drag anything across it. Scratches are permanent and cannot be repaired.  Always handle with clean hands.  Natural body oils can damage fine art materials.

Caring for your Limited Edition Print:

For Storing:  Leave your print in the acid-free envelope it was shipped to you.  Always store your print on a flat surface and never leave it rolled.

Canvas Reproductions:  The stretched canvas should be carried by the sides.  Never poke or push onto the canvas.  It does stretch and can sag if anything leans into it.  Canvas reproductions can be gently dusted with a feather duster or soft, clean, dry cloth free of any cleaning or polishing products.  Never spray with chemicals or water. If tightening is needed over time, keys have been placed in the corners.

You should also protect your print from extreme temperatures and humidity. High temperatures combined with high relative humidity can cause mildew or “foxing” on paper. If humidity is a problem in your area, air-conditioning or dehumidifying is recommended.

Conservation Framing for Prints on Paper: We recommend using a highly experienced picture framer for advice. Your print should be archivally framed to keep it in its original state, never cut down a print to fit a frame you may already have.

  • Do not have it permanently mounted in any way, only use acid-free hinges with the print suspended under the mat.
  • Only use mats and materials which are acid-free with a PH factor above 7.
  • Make sure the artwork is separated from the glass with the necessary depth of matting.

Sunlight and fluorescent tube lighting have harmful ultra-violet rays that can damage the paper and some inks used in printing. Hang your print in a room with weak daylight and incandescent lighting. For the maximum protection of your print from ultra-violet light, we recommend ultra-violet filtering plexiglass. This plexiglass requires some care and is slightly more expensive than glass. Plexiglass should never be used on drawing done in charcoal, chalk or pastel. The static electricity it creates may remove the medium from the paper.

You should also protect your print from extreme temperatures and humidity. High temperatures combined with high relative humidity can cause mildew or “foxing” on paper. If humidity is a problem in your area, air-conditioning or dehumidifying is recommended.