Farms and Barns~Gentleman's Farm~955
This is where I want to be.
I used alcohol ink and yupo paper for this sweet image. Different from acrylic or watercolor because it "moves" on the paper as you are adding pigment. I love the transparency and fluidity that ink offers. It's as if I can only suggest where I'd like the paint to end up. It's always surprising!
I was challenged by my best friend to print a couple choice images "as big as a flat screen TV", SO I DID! It is amazing in large scale. Trust me. It looks just like the image you see. VERY EXCITING. I printed a "poster" of this one for myself. I dream of finding it one day. (This will ship in a tube if you choose the large sizes.)
I chose to offer these as fine art giclee* prints on archival watercolor paper because of their lasting quality and also, to allow you to customize your framing to best suit your space and decor. (This will ship in a tube if you choose the large sizes.)
*Giclee, is used to describe a fine art digital printing process, combining pigment based inks with high grade paper to achieve long lasting prints of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability. We use premium-pigmented inks on 310 gsm Arches watercolor paper (rated not to fade for up to 115 years). This genuine 100% rag, watercolor paper complies with the highest archival standards and is extremely age resistant, and Acid Free certified to avoid paper degradation. Our giclées are adorned with a 1"- 3" border of textured watercolor paper to facilitate your