All my images are available to buy. All you need to do is browse my art and photography galleries, choose the picture you would like to buy and contact me via the contact page with the size and title.
I would be happy to discuss alternative sizes or materials, or answer any questions you may have. I will personally check the quality of the print.
• All my digital art images and photos are printed on specially selected archival fine art papers, such as Hahnemuehle Somerset Velvet, German Etching or Canson Aquarell Rag or Hahenmuehle Baryta paper
• The pictures are printed with archival pigment inks that are guaranteed for 100 years.
• Shipping is included for orders in the UK, unless otherwise stated due larger size or special request.
• As a custom order the turnaround is usually 15-21 days once payment has been received
• I only offer prints as I have found that everyone has different requirements for mats and frames which depend on the environment in which they are hung.
• Different media such as metal, acrylic or canvas can also be arranged by discussion.
Limited Editions will be signed by me and provided with a Certificate of Authenticity.
SIZES FOR PRINTS:
9" x 9"
16" x 16"
20" x 20"
For other sizes, for the time being please refer to the individual pictures as I am currently reviewing these to put into an easy format soon.
HOW TO ORDER:
Once you have decided on an image please contact me with your order, stating title, and print size. I will send you an invoice with the option to pay by cheque, BACS or PayPal.
As this is a custom order please note that it may take up to three weeks to receive your picture as I start working on the order only once payment has been received.
Commissions and special request will be dealt with as agreed in prior discussion.
Once I have received the print from the printer, I will quality check the picture, and sign limited editions. After that I will send the print to you. (Please note that for environmental reasons I may re-use the original packaging from the printer - this will not affect the print.)
Due to the difference between light emission from a screen and reflection from printed paper the colours may vary depending on your screen. Monitors are backlit and therefore colours are bright and vibrant, some of these are out of range for paper printers. I use a colour calibrated monitor and also check my work against the printer paper profiles (soft-proofing) in Photoshop to ensure that the image created on the computer is matched as closely as possible by the print. That is also the reason for choosing high quality fine art papers and printers that use pigment inks.
Refund and return policy