FAQs

Is the artwork sold here original work?

Every item that you see here is originally created by Deb herself. From there, the originals are reproduced into fine art prints & canvases so that they can be made available to all. If you are looking for an original piece, please visit the original artwork section or contact us.

What do I need to know about the print quality?

Both the fine art prints and canvases are giclée prints which use pigment-based inks with a longer lifespan than regular printing to ensure your print lasts for many years to come. Quality is the most important thing when selling a print and would never compromise on using the best inks/techniques.

What paper types are available to print on?

Available paper types include:

  • Archival Matte Paper: 230 gsm, neutral-white, smooth paper
  • Textured Cotton Paper: 290 gsm, bright white, 100% cotton paper 

The textured cotton paper is recommended for that premium, original art feel because of the texture. Both options are available, however, because other people may want a more sleek and smooth look. 

Do you offer framing?

Unfortunately, at this time we do not offer it but may in the future. There are many options out there locally (Pottery Barn, CB2, Crate & Barrel, Ikea, Michael's, West Elm) or online services for you to select the frame style, matting, glass, etc. that works best for you. Recommended online sources are FrameItEasy.comPictureframes.com, Framebridge.com, and ArtToFrame.com

What is the finish on the canvases?

Items are printed on museum quality cotton canvas that is 1.5" deep to give you that high quality look. It has a satin finish and comes ready to hang.

Can I have something made just for me?

Absolutely! Commissions are always welcome. Whether you are interested in a watercolor painting or an acrylic on canvas, we can discuss what your vision is and turn it into a reality. Contact us to start the process.