I just want to start out by saying how grateful I am to all my collectors all across the world. You are the voices in my head as I venture into each project, and as I explore ways to express our common humanity. It is inspiring to know that I have such sincere people waiting to see what’s next!
Well, what is next?
I have prints available now!
This is the first time I have done a limited print run and I am really excited to offer these unique and high quality prints at a fraction of the cost of an original painting.
(Here’s the direct link to Purchase Prints!)
So here’s how it works. They are available through my site for a limited time, and once they are sold out, I won’t be able to offer more.
First- I’ll collect the orders from all of you-deadline is July 8th.
Then-I’ll place the order with the printing company
And Then- I’ll go pick them up when they’re ready, number and sign them as a batch.
And Last- I’ll send them all out! (I’ll keep you in the loop with updates on when to expect them in the mail.)
I am super excited about this for a few reasons
#1. The Look!
They look incredible, and I did a lot of research to find a really great local printer. (Bellevue Fine Art) I had a few printed already, so I have seen them myself and I can’t get over how cool they look. I had them scan the painting, so you can see all the fine details and the vivid colors are a perfect match. I am really proud of these and can’t wait to see some installation photos from my collectors. Each one is 20 X 20” with a 2” margin.
#2. The Quality!
I chose to go with Gliclée printing because it is the most recommended high quality printing method for reproducing your own artwork. The materials that are used are expensive, because they are “archival” products. If taken care of, the image will last a long time without fading.
A little blurb about the paper: Hahnemühle Museum Etching Rag 350gsm “This is the heaviest fine art paper we stock, making for truly refined and luxurious prints. Its thickness is almost more similar to card stock, but its surface is truly beautiful and suited for fine art applications. This paper meets or exceeds any museum standard for fine art digital papers.” Rockin’.
#3. The Value!
Giclée printing is the most popular method of fine art printing to reproduce images without paying the fine art price of an original piece. So a lot more people will be able to “afford” a piece of art.
#4. The Collectability!
Also, since I am doing a limited run, this increases the value of each Gliclée print. I will sign and number them as I send them out. Once they are sold out, that’s it!