Can I collect my print?
Of course! If you live in the Newcastle upon Tyne area and would like to collect and pay for your print then please contact me to arrange an appointment.
What type of prints do you sell?
Giclée (g-clay) is a fine art printing process which combines pigment-based inks with acid-free archival-quality paper to produce an exceptionally high-quality inkjet print. In other words: beautiful colour prints on lovely paper which will last a lifetime if properly cared for.
Digital prints are produced on a massive, industrial-quality laser printer. Toner, rather than ink, is what creates the image. The colour range of digital prints is more limited than giclée, and the life expectancy of a print is shorter.
A limited edition print means that there will only ever be a certain number of prints produced and once they are sold, no further prints will be available. Each print will be signed and numbered (for example: 56/100), and will come with a certificate of authenticity.
Open edition prints are produced to the same high standards as limited edition prints but there is no limit to the number produced or the sizes available. These prints will be signed, possibly numbered, and come with a certificate of authenticity.