Limited edition print
Archival art print
All my work is done by a master printer using a high-performance printer on archival art print and using Ultrachrome HDR archive quality inks, which ensures exceptional durability at work.
Each print has a white border varying between 1,5 and 3 inches (3 and 7 cm) depending on the size of the work.
This type of impression exudes a classic, warm atmosphere of exceptional richness. Print quality and choice of paper are the perfect combination for a dignified rendering of art galleries.
These editions are signed and numbered and are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. These prints are produced in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. They are usually shipped within three weeks of purchase.
The works are shipped rolled in a rigid protective tube. Shipping charges for Canada and the United States are included in the amount. Charges are to be expected for international shipments.
The artist's exhibition is a numbered lottery. These impressions, excluding numbering, are reserved for the use of the artist.
I reserve the right to print four artist proofs (EA) in total, in view, for example, as an exhibition, a donation for a fundraiser or other.
For purchases on my website payments are made by Paypal or credit card. In the case of the acquisition of a work at an exhibition, payments are made via Square.
I am committed to offering you high quality products. If however you are not satisfied with the printing, please contact me as soon as possible after receiving your work.
Your request must be made within 14 days from the date of delivery. Please include in the body of your email, your order number, your shipping number, a brief description of the reason for the return and tell me if you want an exchange or a refund.
Your request will be processed as soon as possible.
Mounting under acrylic
The mounting under acrylic guarantees a brightness, a richness and an intensity of colors which are impossible to obtain using any other method of framing. The works are mounted under a glossy acrylic glass plate which not only provides a protective finish, but also enhances the depth, the contrasts and the saturation of the colors.
In addition, this particular mounting method offers a frameless finish, which allows attention to be drawn to the work itself rather than the frame.Mounting under acrylic protects works from atmospheric pollution, ultraviolet rays and premature aging.
Unlike printing on paper, mounting in acrylic does not have a white border.
To obtain the price for mounting under acrylic including delivery costs, please complete the following form.
I will send you the full amount before proceeding.