Pigmented Ink Print
$25 – $200
8 x 8 inches (20 x 20 cm)
I think the colors of the sky are what really make this landscape painting of migrating wild geese so beautiful. Purple, blue and orange. Funnily, I used to confuse two of the colors — purple and orange when I was a kid. I called them green. Despite actually knowing purple was purple, and orange was orange, and green was, of course, green. And, for me, green and orange were the worst color names to see and say, I always called them purple, but add to that needing to identify purple, too, and I was utterly tongue tied every time. I still have some trouble when I’m tired. I don’t know why this happens, everyone thinks I’m weird, but henceforth, purple, orange, and green became high value colors to me all my life, and hold a little more special meaning in my paintings, too.
- Professionally printed, archival pigmented ink print on canvas
- Solid wood stretcher bars
- Custom wood frame
- Professionally printed
- Archival print
A custom matte white frame, both a traditional and modern framing selection for artists and galleries.
Plein Aire Luxe
A gold face frame, with a beautiful, wide, flat and usually less ornate molding.
A traditional gold face frame, usually ornate.
This item is available unframed. Unframed pigmented ink prints on paper do not include mats, they are simply the print, itself. Unframed original artwork and pigmented ink prints on canvas include stretcher bars, unless available 'Rolled" which means this item is available unframed and rolled, delivered in a shipping tube.
Canvas, digital primed
Poly-cotton canvas blend that has been primed to accept archival inkjet pigment ink.
Paper, Premium Giclee
Acid and lignin-free 100% cotton papers used for professional, gallery, and museum art reproduction. Papers in this collection are heavier/thicker, usually natural white or optical brightener-free, either textured or incredible smooth. Prints made on these papers are often easier to scratch and require care in handling. One to two coats of non-yellowing Clear varnish is recommended. Frame behind glass to prevent damage to the artwork surface.
Archival pigment inks used for print reproductions.
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