Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Six Kid's Blocks with Mickey: Now available as Giclée print

                       (click on image for larger view)

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12" x 14" matted and printed on archival heavy weight (90lb) fine art paper, matt backed with 1/4" foam core board and shipped in shrink-wrapped film for protection. $49.99 with matt w/free shipping in US and Canada.
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Some Paul Wolber paintings are now available as high quality limited edition giclée prints. The colors are of highest level, supervised, hand signed and numbered by the artist to ensure fidelity to the original work. They come matted and are produced with acid free archival material that, with proper care will last for hundreds of years. All editions are strictly limited to 120 after which no more will be produced. By going to my print blog you can also read more about what constitutes a Giclée print and learn some technical information and history about Giclée printing process.

The print shown here is from a new painting based on an earlier version done in 2009. The matted work shown comes ready to hang or may be framed professionally in the provided matt. Matted prints as shown here come with a ¼ inch foam-core backing and encased in shrink-wrapped film* for protection in handling and shipping.

Some prints are also available for an even more modest price unmatted and can be shipped in a mailing tube ready to be matted and framed at your local frame shop.

As they become available, you can see new works on Paul Wolber print blog HERE

Please check out what is currently available HERE.  Check back often, as new print editions will be posted when color correction and proofing make them available.
shrink-wrap not intended as a long term covering for Giclée print. 

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Saturday, April 2, 2011

Pheasants in Morning Light

Pheasant Cock and Hen in Morning Light
8" x 10" (20.3 cm x 25.4 cm) original acrylic painting on hand primed board $325 w/free shipping in US and Canada
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As a teenager hunting pheasant in Illinois, I didn’t realize this bird was introduced rather than a native species. Because it fit into the environment so well it was much later that I learned it has been introduced into America from Eurasia in the 1800’s. 

Although I don’t see this beautiful bird often here in my area of Michigan, there seems to be a good number of these birds in Southeast Michigan and I’ll sometimes see one wander through my yard. This pair was spotted one early morning in the cornfield near us and I’m now hunting them only with a camera and paintbrush.

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