I refer you to my page About Monotypes here.
No, every monotype is unique. They are similar to oil paintings in this respect. Read more about monotypes here.
The main difference is that every monotype is an original and there are no editions because of the way monotypes are made. Click here for a detailed explanation of monotypes.
My monotypes are made using the best quality etching ink and oil paint I can get my hands on - usually Gamblin inks and Winsor&Newton oil colours. For papers I use handmade French and Japanese kinds such as Rives BFK ( a fantastic 250gsm cotton rag mouldmade paper), Japanese Mulberry 45gsm paper which is made from the bark of mulberry trees and is very thin and beautiful, Kitakata, Hosho, and many other types of fine printmaking paper.
Yes, all of my art is signed, usually on the front, but sometimes on the back if the print is full bleed and there is no room on the front.
Yes, a 14-day money back guarantee on everything I sell.
Just send an email and let me know you are sending it back. Mail it in the original packaging and once I receive it I will reimburse you via credit card or paypal.
Each art piece is well packed and protected to ensure safe arrival to it's destination. Smaller ones are shipped flat sandwiched in between hardboard or foam panels so they do not bend. Larger ones are shipped rolled in a high-impact resistant tube.
Yes, the price depends on the location I ship to. I try to use the most affordable and reliable method, usually Canadapost.
Yes, All my art is shipped world wide. A shipment takes about 4 – 12 days to arrive at your doorstep. I usually ship within 3 days of your order being placed.
Yes, all my art is shipped 100% insured. If your package is lost or damaged, I will do the best I can to solve this problem. If lost or damaged during shipment, I will refund your purchase.
It depends on where you live. For many countries there is no duty or tax for importing fine art, but some places may charge you customs fees. I do my best to do the proper paperwork so your shipment has no fees.
No, but I highly recommend it. I suggest taking it to a professional framer who will do a good job of the whole procedure. Printmaking paper is very high quality and deserves the best care when being handled. Depending on the monotype, you may prefer to just mount it in a floater frame and let the edges of the paper show, or you may want to matte and mount it so the edges are not visible. Some of my monotypes are already mounted/matted/framed or otherwise ready to hang and I will indicate that in the description.
If you wish to display the monotype without matte or mount, you can hang it with small clips near the top corners. Just take care to avoid damaging the paper.