Details: This is for a fine art giclee on canvas reproduction of the original painting. The reproduction captures the original raised texture of the canvas. This print run features only archival inks on fine art canvas with a nice raised texture and a limited edition run of 95.
Process: Each giclee and print is carefully reviewed by Bryan for quality assurance. He will then sign each one, and number the giclee if it is part of a limited edition. The giclee is then wrapped with glassine/non-stick paper and taped closed for shipping. Each limited edition print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity that includes information about its creation, its edition number, and an embossed seal. The package will also include shipping and return information.
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Shipping: PRINTED TO ORDER. Please allow two weeks for printing and packaging of your piece. Some print runs may have stock pre-printed, in which case the piece will ship sooner. Shipments of giclees will be provided in thick rigid mailing tubes for protection during shipping.
Framing: The framing stage is an important one! The frame you choose should reflect your taste and contain design elements (texture, color, decorating style) of the room in which it will be hung. Bryan recommends that you shop at your local framers for a style and price that you like, then take your artwork in for a consultation. Most framers have lots of experience and can help you pick out the perfect frame for your piece. Canvas giclees should be wrapped around stretcher bars or mounted to a solid surface. Some framers can also provide what’s called a “gallery wrap” where the print is wrapped with the edges exposed. These should not be placed under glass.
Certificate of Authenticity: The Certificate of Authenticity is a document provided with each painting, limited edition giclee, or print that certifies that it is an authentic reproduction by the artist. It also provides additional information about the painting or giclee/print, such as the specifics of the original (e.g., size, medium, and dimensions), as well as details about the reproduction, such as edition number, etc. Each Certificate is signed and embossed by the artist. Please retain your Certificate as an added store of value and as a collector’s proof of purchase.
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