Fine Art Giclee Prints

My Fine Art Giclee prints showcase some of my best images. They are hand printed in-house, on a professional printer using only premium quantity archival pigment inks. To bring out the very best in the selected images only fine art archival quality papers are used.

The fine art prints start at a very affordable price especially for the open editions, increasing in cost as you move into the limited edition collections. So whether you’re looking to grace your home with some fine artwork, or to lift the mood at your office, you will hopefully find your inspiration here and all within budget.

The Dreamscapes Collection

Prices

Print sizes are shown on the details page along with the prices that are shown excluding tax. GST at 15% as added in the shopping cart for NZ buyers, for international buyers GST is not added.

Packing and Postage

The following prices for P&P are for standard post and for International Air if your require delivery by Courier there will be an extra charge (quite a lot for international courier) please contact me for a quote if you require courier service.

New Zealand orders – are sent out in reinforced envelopes for the small prints (aproximatly A3) and tubed for the larger prints. P&P is added at checkout at $10 plus GST.

International orders – are all sent out in sturdy postage tubes. P&P is added at checkout at $25.

Important notice: I’ll always try to get your prints to you as soon as possible but there are times when I’m away on location or running workshops, so please be patient when placing an order. If you’re concerned about the turnaround time, please contact me so I can advise you before you place your order.

Limited Edition Prints

These prints are limited in number, anywhere from 5 to 125. The number of the edition is printed in the bottom right-hand corner of the print, in the margin. The number printed on a particular print viewed on this site is unlikely to be the one you receive. It’s there for you to see the layout of the prints.  Although the number of prints are limited, the image may be used in another form – for example, in a book publication.

Open Edition Prints

With an open edition print, the print-run is not limited, so numbers will not be restricted and so these prints will cost less to purchase, although they are still printed to the highest quality.

Printing

Papers – All prints are printed on high quality Fine Art papers with exceptional light-fast qualities (archival grade). Fine art high quality papers look, feel and display different properties, for this reason I pick the paper that best suits the image and what I am trying to portray. A matte paper for instance can completely change the mood of an image, when compared to it being printed on a semi gloss paper, so paper choice is very important. Because the paper I chose to print on depends on the individual image, an open edition print may well be printed on the same paper as a limited edition print. So weather you choose to purchase a limited or open edition print you can rest assured it will be of the highest quality and last a lifetime and more.

The paper an individual image is printed can be found on the details page along with the size and price. The following is a list of papers I use for my fine art prints Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gsm, Hahnemühle German Etching 310gsm (arguable two of the best papers on the market), Hahnemühle Bamboo 290gsm (the world’s first digital fine art inkjet paper made from bamboo fibres), Ilford Galerie Smooth Cotton Rag 310gsm, Museo Silver Rag and Museo Portfolio Rag.

Printer

All my images are hand-printed using a professional high-performance printer with the best pigment inks which will ensure your print outlasts both you and me by many decades, when displayed in the appropriate manner.

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