The Printing Process
Joanne’s archival, fine art prints are created with a multi-step process. First, she works with a full-time, world-class fine art printer who creates a professional photograph of the artwork. She carefully oversees the process ensuring each print is indistinguishable from the original. Then, the photograph is printed on a high-resolution printer using archival inks and exclusive, museum-grade, fine-art paper and canvas. Afterwards, some prints may be hand-embellished. This means she may paint, draw with pastel or or any other original art technique. Embellishments immediately increase the value and long-term investment potential. Being handmade, embellishments can vary which creates a unique work of art. At minimum, canvas works have a UV protectant ensuring your work of art will last for up to 200 years. Embellished artwork may have paint plus an isolation coat and varnish, further extending the lifespan of the work. Paper prints will last four generations behind UV glass. All wall art, prints or otherwise, should be kept out of direct sunlight.
A Certificate of Authenticity (COA) may be provided. Artworks are carefully selected for release and not all art becomes a print. Originals are generally sold before a print is created.
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