We often have artists and photographers discussing paper choices and what papers are available to use for fine art giclée printing. When working with paper, one needs to consider quality, the coating on the paper and the construction of the paper.
In the last decade, or even longer, film photography has been making a come back. More and more people are acquiring or digging out their old capture machines to use in our modern, advanced world and although film stocks continue to be discontinued, others are being re-released, so it certainly isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
There is no rule on how to price your artwork. But here are a few different tips to help you make those decisions.
Devastating news last week with the Notre Dame on fire in Paris. Notre Dame Cathedral is a 850-year-old gothic masterpiece that had been undergoing €6 million restoration work. The entire wooden interior of the 12th-century landmark was burning and was likely to be destroyed.
Artist Stuart Shepherd grew up in the Waikato, studied social science at the University of Waikato, worked in the film industry in New York, completed his masters degree in installation art in Melbourne and lectured in art and design at Massey University in Wellington.
In this post we thought of featuring two of our customers who have used their art to support communities. Gordon Pembridge, oil painter, wood carver, photographer, etc, as well as Tyler Kennedy Stent, water colour artist and one of our first customers.
Mixed media art is artwork in which more than one medium or material has been used to create the piece of art. This is different from multimedia art which combines visual art with non-visual elements such as sound, drama, dance, music, motion graphics, etc.
The monochromatic image was the way photography started, but has now turned into something of an art form.
If you’re having your artwork reproduced in order to sell prints, then it’s critical that you package it well to prevent any damage to the prints.