Interested in Archival Prints?
Archival prints are created using inks, watercolor paper or canvas that have been tested for permanence. The inks won't fade and the surfaces will not yellow with age. It is important to me that you art print doesn't fade in 5 to 10 years, which you may have experienced in the past, so I source my prints through MD Arts Galleries. You can visit their parent organization, Archival Arts to learn more about them.
You can order prints from my print store in MD Art Galleries. You can search by painting title or category (landscape, figurative, animals, decorative or abstract). You can also use keywords to search for only watercolor, acrylic, or mixed media. I have used the medium designation of mixed media when my original painting was a combination of watercolor and acrylic.
Prints are available on watercolor paper or canvas in a variety of sizes, including a custom size to fit your space. If you want your watercolor print framed, you can order the mat and framing. Canvas prints have a choice of depth of the canvas and whether you have the image wrapped around the edge, as solid color or your choice, or a white edge.
Watercolor prints can be mounted on a firm surface and varnished. My favorite surface is Sintra. If Mounted request the print be varnished so you can frame it without mat and glass. Double varnishing will have two coats of varnish, which I would recommend.