A SERIES OF THREE LIMITED EDITION PRINTS - 150 CM X 21 CM
1. Close-up of a section of the top panel to give you an idea of the clarity of the
printed images ... 290MB individual panel prints.
2. Three panels make up the full set and are priced at $1,050.00 in total.
3. Top panel - Blues.
4. Middle panel - Sepia browns.
5. Bottom panel - Greens.
These archival quality Limited Edition Prints have been professionally scanned & are printed on Hahnemuehle paper. At this time they are offered at a special price when you order two or the set of 3 prints. Also available in another size & format as well..
The prints come from a specially commissioned series "Seed Rhythms" consisting of three original artworks, 150 cm x 21 cm work on Fabriano paper, in acrylic, watercolour and pigmented ink. Carried out at SeedArtLab recently you'll be provided with notes about this work & its key motifs.
AVAILABLE SOON: Premium archival quality Limited Edition Prints will also be available here in a half size: 75 cm x 10.5 cm ... along with small prints of selected sections of the three artworks. Signed by the artist all prints are offered in a limited edition series of 25. Please ask if you wish to know more.
Questions about the artwork, Prints or time to allow for Printing & Shipping over the Australian Summer Holiday Season please contact the artist here:
NB: HIGH QUALITY HAHNEMUEHLE PAPER IS USED FOR THE PRINTS.
What is a giclée print?
Giclee comes from French and translated literally means “squirt”, which in this case refers to the process by which the ink is applied to the paper. The nozzles of an inkjet printer spray a pattern of very fine drops onto the paper that later form the picture. The term giclee connotes an artwork, a photograph or a digitally produced work reproduced on an inkjet printer. The image is generated onto coated, archival artist’s paper using pigmented inks (UV resistant).
All Hahnemühle papers are extremely resistant to ageing in compliance with DIN 6738 and offer the highest life expectancy of several hundred years. The permanence of the print, i.e. the colour adherence is ink dependent and with UV resistant inks (pigmented inks) can last for more than 100 years.
When ordering works individually please refer to the item by its predominant colour:
Middle: Sepia brown