Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Limited Edition Prints are Now Available!

Worked with a local business to create giclee fine art reproductions of my 5 most popular images. They are printed using an HP 8-color printer with HP Vivera inks on HP Pro Satin paper - rated to last 200+ years.
I am happy to announce that after working with a local master printer, these 5 images have been meticulously reproduced and are finally available for purchase! Only 150 of each giclee image will be available in this 11x14" size.

To purchase any (or all) of these images, please visit my Etsy Shop.

Each print comes with a signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity

Archival prints of these original artworks are meticulously crafted to the highest standards. They are printed on HP archival, museum-quality paper using archival pigment inks. Printer technology provided by an HP Z6100 8 color printer using HP Vivera inks. Wilhelm Imaging Research testing of this printing method predicts a print life of 200+ years when framed and properly displayed.

Method of Reproduction: Giclee (pigment inkjet)
Paper: HP Professional Satin Photo Paper
Ink: HP Vivera archival pigment-based inks
Copywork and master printmaker: Ed Saukulak of Image Archive.

*Note watermark does not appear on the finished prints. 
Click this link to see the story behind "Monument" 

“Monument” was originally created in mid-February of 2011. It was painted using artist grade acrylic paints manufactured by Liquitex, Golden, and Daniel Smith on handmade Punjab watercolor paper.

Monument
When I created Monument, I wasn't sure if it was finished which is why it isn't signed. The original is now in a private collection in NY.
Click this link to learn the story behind "Release"

“Release” was created by first painting the mandala with masking frisket, then by using sponge brushes to apply 4 different colors of water based fountain pen ink on watercolor paper. Once dry, the frisket was rubbed off to reveal the white paper underneath and then those spaces were colored in with Copic multiliner markers
Letting Go: Release
The colors on this piece were a challenge to replicate, but I believe Ed got them as close as humanly possible. The original was given to the friend who influenced its creation.
Click this link to learn the story behind "Learning a New Language"

“Learning a New Language” was created on canvas panel with artist grade acrylic paints. White detail was added with an acid free gel ink pen.
Enso Mandala and Learning a New Language
Learning a New Language almost didn't happen. I had been working on it early on and wasn't feeling it. I ended up with something that looked like a brick wall and it was my husband that encouraged me to continue. It was my 2nd choice for reproduction as so many people had requested it. The original is currently available for purchase.
"Enso"

“Enso” was created in mid November of 2010. It was painted with Golden and Daniel Smith artist grade acrylic paints on Multimedia Artboard.
Letting Go: Release. On right, Enso Mandala
Enso was one of my very first acrylic paintings and almost immediately upon its completion, I had received a request to purchase it. It was my 1st choice for reproduction.The original is not currently available for purchase.
Click this link to learn the story behind "Broken Arrow"

“Broken Arrow” was originally created in mid-June of 2011. It is a mixed media piece painted using artist grade acrylic paints manufactured by Liquitex and Golden on handmade Punjab watercolor paper. White details were added over acrylic with an acid free white gel ink pen.

Broken Arrow Mandala
Broken Arrow was a late entry  - it had literally been finished days before taking these to Ed to be reproduced. It was a great choice as the reproduction POPS! The original is part of my personal collection.

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