Fine Art Prints
All prints are made using the finest quality art papers and long-lasting pigment inks.
For full colour prints an archival heavyweight textured watercolour paper is used which emphasises the textures present in the image. “Textured” prints are treated with an invisible matt varnish.
For black and white prints an archival heavyweight photographic style paper with a "pearl" finish is used.
Framed prints are framed in a narrow black wooden glassless frame and signed in the bottom right-hand corner using unobtrusive silver pigment ink.
Unframed prints have 1/2” white border and are signed in the bottom right-hand corner.

Tiles on Canvas
I have developed a style of presentation that makes a print literally "stand out" - the print is bonded onto a rigid board to make a "Fine Art Paper Tile" and then mounted onto a stretched canvas frame. This makes a bold statement and has the merit of being rigid and lightweight making it easy to hang.
For small works I use a single "tile" for the whole image, whereas for larger works I split the image into several "tiles". I was inspired to use this tiling technique by none other than David Hockney who paints his large scale landscapes on multiple canvasses.

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