and Framing Our Archival Art
Framing of our Signed
Landscape and Nature is
only for the prints we have printed. Most
of our customers do the framing themselves.
Local frames pick up are supplied with
Conservation UVglass. Shipped frames have plexi-glass
to minimize breaking during shipment.
use only the best
methods and supplies. We
use All-rag matboard
and only use Conservation U/V
glass by True-Vue to block harmful
uv light sources. The matting is All-Rag,
Museum matboard, 4/ply buffered. We use
Alphamat - Artcare by Bainbridge which has one
of the highest quality matboard's available
today. The color of the mats we pick are
off white and neutral whites to compliment the
print with the frame. Mat widths are noted
below for the size print and frame. If
you require a different size, please email us.
We do not stock every frame size and molding
and therefore a 1 to 2 weeks time is needed
to custom make your frame.
find the moldings we carry offers
some of the best possibilities for
most customers. However,
many customer choose to purchase the prints
loose or matted and do the framing themselves
or locally at their favorite frame shop or gallery.
We do not do custom matting and framing
of outside work.
We send our customers to local
Galleries or Art Framing shops in town.
Samples we offer for
framing our Archival prints.
our Signed Archival Giclée
purchasing from the web, purchase only the signed print
and do framing themselves. Use
the pricing from the top portion of this chart,
for prints only, with no mat or frame.
Pricing above (second section) includes
a Signed Art Print placed in
the mat or frame you have
the pricing on the bottom portion of the
above chart for framed & matted prints.
Dimensions are approximate as the photographer
license to create a better cropping.
paper sizes used to render the finished
image will allow use of mats for standard size frames.
Fine Art Watercolor
papers are printed
on watercolor papers include Epson 100% cotton rag UltraSmooth
Fine Art or Velvet papers, which is the
same paper used by the Museum of Fine Arts -
Boston to produce their faithful reproductions.
Other papers we use are Epson Professional
Velvet Fine Art paper has
a little more texture and is a little heavier
weight - therefore, customers who have seen
the differeence request the Velvet Fine Art
watercolor paper for their prints almost every
time. It is a 100% Cotton rag, Acid Free
Base and has a bright white surface to show
off our work. Our
Archival Fine Art prints are produced on a Epson
is normally - $6.00 per
package for most
orders under $25 to a
U.S.. addresses. Shipments
are sent via Priority 2/day Mail
prints are slightly more, $10 to
$15.00 for shipping and packing. Shipped frames have plexi-glass
to minimize breaking during shipment instead
of the UV glass.
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We hope you
continue to enjoy our
photographs which are
archivally printed and framed.
work is on exhibit locally at the following
Marblehead Arts Association
at King Hooper
| Landing Resturant at State St warf.
you for visiting
and have a nice