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  • What is your printing process?
    Reproductions of original paintings are firstly photographed or scanned at a very high resolution, and then digitally prepared to ensure the colours and finest details are reproduced as closely to the original as possible. The image is then printed onto fine art paper, using a large format professional printer. The professional printer, produces exhibition quality prints with outstanding depth and range of colour. When printed on to the highest quality fine art paper which is matte and slightly textured, the quality is so good, it’s hard to tell the print from the original! Every print is made to order by the artist, in her studio. Please allow a lead time of 2-3 days for your print to be shipped, to allow for the printing process and for the ink to be completely dry prior to packaging. If you would like to frame your print, please wait until your print arrives before ordering or buying a frame. Due to the proportion of each piece of art there might be a slight size difference from the standard size listed. This is to ensure the original art is not distorted in order to fit a standard size piece of paper.
  • What materials do you use for your fine art prints?
    Printer: EPSON Commercial Large Format Surecolor P800. Ink: EPSON Archival Quality Ink – fade resistant to 100 years. Paper: A4 - Hahnemühle – “William Turner“ Fine Art Inkjet matte textured paper made from 100% cotton. Certified archival quality. 190gsm. A3 - Ilford “Galerie” Professional Inkjet Fine Art Watercolour matte textured paper made from 100% Cotton with no optical brighteners. 310gsm. A2 - Ilford “Galerie” Professional Inkjet Fine Art Watercolour matte textured paper made from 100% Cotton with no optical brighteners. 310gsm. While the selection above is our current paper of choice, from time to time the availability from our supplier may be affected, or new products may come on to the market. Where this is the case, you're guaranteed that the paper we print your artwork on, will be of the same or similar professional quality.
  • How will I receive my print or original piece of art?
    Your A4 size print will be placed in an acid-free, clear glassine bag with a sturdy white acid-free backing board for support. It will then be packaged in a padded mailer bag, ready for shipping. Your A3 or A2 size print, will be rolled in acid-free clear glassine, then placed into a sturdy cardboard tube for shipping. If you receive your print in a tube you will need to be very careful when removing it, so as not to damage the paper. Follow these simple instructions to remove the print from the tube: Hold a corner of the print from the centre of the tube. Carefully remove the print using a gentle twisting motion. If you need to flatten the print after being in the tube, leave it in the glassine and place it underneath a heavy book. If you are not in a hurry, the weight of the paper will naturally flatten out over time, just ensure you place it in a clean, dust free environment. If framing, you will not need to bother with this step as the frame and glass will flatten the print. Refrain from touching the print as much as possible. The paper is easily marked and will pick up the natural oil from your fingers very easily. I recommend wearing cotton gloves while handling your print, sounds silly but it works! 🤓
  • Can I share your artwork online, on social media or in print?
    I love to see my artwork “in the wild” on social media! 😍 If you would like to share my work online in any way, I do ask that you credit my work and tag me. I would also love you to let me know when you are sharing so I can document it and perhaps re-post with your permission.
  • Can I reproduce one of your artworks?
    I am so happy that you found an original artwork of mine to love, however I do own all rights to every painting and print that I create. Therefore, you are kindly not permitted to reproduce my art in any form for your own use or to give to others without my prior permission.
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