Archival pigmented prints were developed in 1989 as a digital method of fine art printing. Artwork is scanned, digitally stored in a computer, and then sent directly to a high resolution printer that employs archival inks.
Digital prints are produced on either Archival Watercolor Paper (P) or on Canvas (C), much like original paintings. This gives the artist's work a look and feel nearly exactly like the original work of art. When using this process, only a limited number of prints will be offered.
Price varies depending on the size of the print and the material printed on. Contact the artist for current pricing.