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Limited edition Giclée prints sold for charity

All profits will be donated to the Disasters Emergency Committee. I have chosen images that speak of hope and light even in times of darkness. All prints can be purchased in the Charity Print Shop - simply click here Your print will be send directly from the printers, wherever you are in the world.


Butterflies

The original "butterflies" collage was created for Easter Sunday 2020. It is now in a private collection, but you can own a limited edition print to brighten up a room.


Let there be light



The original "Let there be light canvas" can still be seen at the AppArt Exhibition until Sunday, 24th April. This is an image that can also be hung a different way, depending on the message you want it to convey. For example "Let there be light (at the end of the tunnel)":




"Be still" series









Benches have featured prominently in my artwork since 2020. For me, they are places of contemplation and connection.


If you want to purchase any of the prints, head over to the charity print shop. Shipping is free of charge, wherever you are in the world unless you require a specialist delivery service. Any custom charges would have to be paid for by the buyer. (There are no custom charges for EU customers as the printers have printing facilities in Germany. )


Further information about the prints:

Giclée prints are high-quality archival inkjet prints using fade-resistant, archival, pigment-based inks. ​They are printed on the popular Hahnemühle German Etching paper which is a heavyweight (350 gsm) natural white cotton art paper. It has a finely textured surface which helps to bring out details and creates depth and a three-dimensional effect. It is free from optical brightening agents and highly resistant to ageing. All Hahnemühle papers are vegan.

The archival life of a print is 80 years if it is kept behind glass away from direct sunlight.

Each print comes with a certificate of authenticity. The prints are sold unsigned, unmounted and without a frame.








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