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Infinite Art prints now available online! — February 8, 2010

Superb, archival-quality fine art prints of my work are now available for purchase online directly from the Art for Conservation website. These are the folks who print all of my work so you can be assured of quality and color consistency. Plus, 3% of the purchase price goes to support The Conservation Fund.

Prints are available in two or three popular sizes on three substrates:

  • Fuji Crystal Archive museum quality photo paper — natural, less-reflective matte finish. This paper displays superb colors, pure whites and has exceptional color image stability & sharpness. Photo prints should go a minimum of 70 years before they show signs of fading.
  • Hahnemühle Bamboo Watercolor Paper — Natural white acid free heavyweight fine art paper made from fibers from highly renewable bamboo. Its warm tone combines beautiful art prints with environmental considerations. Archival museum quality. Light fastness rating of 100+ years.
  • High quality artist canvas — textured, heavyweight, bright white poly cotton blend matte canvas using an acid-free, neutral pH coating. Canvas prints are coated after printing with an earth friendly protective, u-v inhibiting varnish. Archival museum quality. Expected lifespan - 100-200 years.

 

Currently just a couple dozen of my images are available on the Art for Conservation website, but all images here at Infinite Art are available in an even wider range of sizes and substrates. For more information, please contact me.


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