Custom Framing & Matting
We Only Use Archival Acid Free Papers
The choice of media for prints is often dictated by the original art work. Oil or acrylic on canvas is often reproduced on canvas to emulate the original as closely as possible. But sometimes an artist will want to offer alternatives to art purchasers and will have prints made on archival papers as well. Watercolor artists usually will chose a watercolor paper with texture similar to the media they used. Photographers often chose a luster photo paper or a smooth matte paper.
At Giclée Printing & Framing of New England, your satisfaction is our goal. We expect the artists we work with to be a part of the proofing process. After we make the initial color corrections, we invite the artist to specify any further corrections he or she would find necessary. Often the artist brings to the proofing process an artistic eye that sees a slight variation or color shift that results in imaging perfection.
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