“museum quality” means that the print was made using an inkjet printer, archival ink and acid free paper.
My art prints are exceptionally sharp are the colours are beautifully vibrant.
These art prints have a smooth matte finish and if kept out of direct sun they will stay in perfect condition for many years to come
Yes! All our artworks are available to purchase framed and ready to hang.
Frames are available in: Black, White and Natural wood, in a variety of sizes.
All our frames are:
• Handmade from high-quality, sustainably sourced wood.
• Milled with simple clean lines.
• Presented with a satin finish.
• Come with a perspex glaze.
The backing of the frames is beautifully done with high quality metal hooks and wiring.
Smaller sizes like A4 and A3 are indeed well-suited for gallery style walls, where multiple artworks can be arranged together. They can complement each other and create a visually appealing arrangement.
On the other hand, larger sizes such as A2 and Al have a stronger impact and can make a statement on their own.
They can be a focal point in a room or a designated space.
For a large bare wall, you have options. One or two large framed artworks can create a bold and prominent display. Alternatively, a group of smaller pieces arranged in a visually pleasing composition can also fill the space effectively.
It depends on what you love and the overall aesthetic you want to achieve in the room.
Remember, the key is to experiment and find a layout that appeals to you and enhances the overall atmosphere of the space.
I know, it can be a little overwhelming to choose your favourite! Here’s some advice to help you.
• Go for the piece that makes your heart sing! The one that’s going to make you smile every time you see it.
• If you are going to hang it together with a few other framed artworks, don’t be afraid to mix it up. This is colourful, fun, eclectic artwork so play with different colours and sizes.
• It can help to have a common colour or theme to hold it all together such as pink + green or an ocean theme.
• Look at your space and ask yourself what you would love to see there.Bold wall colour? Bright, maximalist art? Go for it!!