Original: Sold
Oil on canvas
35″ x 50″

Learn about my different print options:

The Fine Art Paper option is printed by me in my studio on heavy weight, cotton-rag paper which reproduces the original like nothing else. When presented or stored properly, the archival inks and paper stock I use produce prints that are of the highest museum standards for quality preservation. They produce uncompromising prints with accurate saturation of colour, deep blacks, and perfect reproduction of detail.

They are printed with a white border to fit into standard frame sizes without the need for custom matting. The paper has a nice subtle texture and is signed in pencil in the lower right corner.

Each of the signed fine art paper prints comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. 

The Canvas (Handmade) option is a truly artist made, no compromises, archival canvas print. From setting up the print, building the stretcher frame and varnishing, to stretching the print on to the frame and adding all the finishing touches, I have complete quality-control of every detail from start to finish. Learn more about the whole process.

The Canvas (Standard) option is printed by a professional printing company, not by me in my studio like my other offerings. I call them “standard” because this is how most artists offer their canvas prints, and I used this company for many years before I began large-format printing myself.

To stay on top of quality control the paintings that have this option are limited to my most tried and true paintings. See the collection of paintings I offer as Canvas (Standard) here.

I like to offer these because they are a more economical option. I can pass on savings from the material costs and building time to you since I'm not constructing their stretcher frames, varnishing or stretching by hand like my handmade canvas prints.

Additionally, since they are a large company, they get much lower shipping rates than I can. Which makes them great for US orders. After setting up a print file for each painting, we go through a proofing process to make sure the colours and quality meet my standards. From there each print is sent to you directly from the printing company.