FAQ’s

What is an original artwork?

A original artwork is the work that was created/produced by the artist. It can be created using many different fine art methods. The original can never be recreated again. It’s is common for an original artwork to be redefined or recreated in the form of a limited edition fine art print.

What is a giclee print?

A fine art giclee art print is created use the highest quality cotton rag paper, digitally printed using archival inks to create a museum quality fine art print. The finish is of the highest quality, the crispness of color and brightness of paper will allow your art print to last a life time of enjoyment.

What’s a limited edition fine art print?

A release of limited edition fine art prints is a version of the original artwork that has been released for sale in a limited quantity, each fine art print will be signed by the artist and numbered by the artists. The print will say 1/50 meaning only 50 prints will be created in the edition size. Once all editions have been sold the art print will not be reprinted. Allowing the artwork to hold or grow in value.

How do i handle my Artwork?

Once your artwork has been delivered we advise you to not for any reason take your artwork out of the art tube. The paper is extremely delicate and should be handled with utmost care by a professional framer. Any moisture on your hands or dust in the air can damage the print. So we strongly advise you to only open your artwork once at the framer using clean gloves in a clean environment. We cannot take any responsibility for damages that occur to the artwork once in you property. Every print produced is thoroughly inspected by both myself and my printer to ensure there are absolutely no imperfections before being packaged and dispatched in a hard art tube.