Canvas or Paper Prints
All prints are created using a high-resolution digital printer. Images or paintings are carefully reproduced using fine-art quality color calibration, and stable, pigment-based inks.
To begin, the actual painting is photographed in high resolution. By using calibrated color-matching measurement tools the color is further refined.
During the printing stage, canvas or paper is individually mounted onto a drum which rotates. As the drum spins, a fine stream of ink droplets spray onto the chosen archival substrate. Since no screens are used in the printing, the prints have a higher resolution than lithographs and the dynamic color range is greater than serigraphy (silk screen print). The printer squirts approximately 4 million microscopic droplets of ink per second onto high quality canvas or 100% cotton fiber paper. The high resolution digital printing technique can produce up to 16 million colors for unequaled color fidelity.
To varnish: you may wish to use Kamar Varnish, a stable non-yellowing spray.
Archival quality is always of concern to collectors and the artist. The printing process provides fade & color shift resistance of better than 125 years. Canvas prints may be framed and hung in a manner similar to oil paintings. Paper prints usually should be under glass to avoid the effects of humidity and air pollutants. With proper care, not unlike the care one would give a fine oil painting, a high quality digital print will give years of enjoyment.