Thank you for your interest in ordering a fine art print!
The "Cabinet of Curiosity" and "Captive Splendor" portfolios are available for purchase directly from this website. Once you select an artwork (or two or three!) you may choose 1 of 4 size options from the menu as well as the number of prints you'd like. Your selections will be added to a PayPal shopping cart.
Once you select “View Cart,” you will then type in your email address and press the "Checkout" button. Please fill out the address form to continue. You do not need a PayPal account. Simply look for the check out button above the text “Pay without a PayPal account.” Major credit cards are accepted. Free handling and shipping within the US is included in the price.
The dimensions listed are the actual size of the image, rounded to the nearest 1/2.” There will be a white margin around the entire image that varies in size, depending on the image size. It will be 1.5” - 3.0” wide.
Each limited edition print will be signed by the artist using an archival pen on the border below the image, on the right side. The edition number (example: 44/75) will appear below the image on the left side. Seventy five refers to the number of prints in the edition and 44 refers to the number of prints sold in the edition thus far.
Your fine art print will be printed on an archival paper (brand is dependent on availability) using a Canon iPF9000 printer and archival pigment inks. The museum-quality print will have a low-lustre or semi-matte sheen, depending on the image. When displayed properly, it will maintain its beauty and richness for generations.
The print will be shipped to you in a heavy-duty cardboard mailing tube. It will be wrapped in protective materials to assure its safe arrival. Your print will be shipped within 2 weeks.
Once your print has arrived, please unpack it carefully with clean, dry hands and handle only the edges, or leave it packed until taken to a framer. This will reduce the possibility of creasing or leaving finger prints. Hang your new print out of direct sunlight, avoiding extreme temperatures and humidity.
Your questions are welcome!
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