FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What’s the difference between Open and Limited editions?

Open Editions are unsigned works and will always be available, they are made in smaller sizes than the Limited Editions.

Limited Editions are usually limited to 71 prints, once I’ve sold that many copies (regardless of size), there will be no more. Each LE Print is personally signed, numbered and dated and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Both Open and Limited Editions are the same high quality Giclée print to museum quality, using state-of-the-art equipment and fine art archival grade, acid-free pH neutral papers.

Check individual images for the number of Limited Edition prints still available.

Why Produce Open and Limited Editions of the same Work?

I want people to own and enjoy art and that means making it affordable for as many as possible. My Open Edition prints are a more affordable way for people to collect my Work.

For the more serious art buyer or collector I produce the more traditional Limited Edition print; signed and numbered to ensure exclusivity.

Can I have another size?

I’ve tried printing my images over a range of sizes and found these to be the optimum. They don’t suit smaller prints and it’s rare that people want something larger than 30" so that is why my works are limited to these sizes.

What is the print quality?

You can be assured that both Open Editions and Limited Editions are the same museum quality Giclée archival printsGiclée printing is used by many museums and art galleries throughout the world for its unique, painterly qualities.

Do you License your images?

If you’d like to discuss licensing any of my work then please get in touch and we can discuss.

How limited are the Limited Editions?

Limited Editions are usually limited to 71 prints but check each image to see the print run and how many are still available.

Do you do commissions?

I’m happy to discuss potential commissions with you if you have something in mind – but please remember that I do abstract work not representational. If, for example, you have a specific colour palette that you’d like me to use to make a work then that can be done so please get in touch.

Where can I find your work?

You can find me online on Instagram and Facebook – you’ll see the latest works from me appearing on there including new series ideas as they come along.

 

Still got questions?  Hop over to the Contact Me page and shoot me a message . . .