The America the Beautiful drawing is now available in Limited Edition Fine Art Prints created with archival quality materials. The prints are signed, titled, and numbered by the artist, and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Edition of 195 + Artist & Printer Proofs – Paper size: 8 x 10 – $85 + s&h
(5 Large format prints – Paper size: 16 x 20″ – $160 + s&h)
For more information and to purchase a print, please click here to visit the store
*Prints are sold unframed. Professional framing is recommended.
For our studio AP (Artist Proof) print, we chose a black wooden frame with a subtle rope design in a satin finish, and an ivory mat with a black fillet to complement the ivory color of the print. Another option is having a custom mat cut to the exact size of the image. Though, the paper size is 8 x 10″ and will fit a standard pre-made frame.
(T-shirts are also available. For those of you getting both the limited edition fine art print and the t-shirt, please note: Fine art prints will match the colors of the original artwork. T-shirts will be more vibrant.)
Posters will also be available on the website store soon.
What is the difference between a fine art print and a poster?
Fine Art Prints are created with top quality, archival materials and a small quantity will be made (a limited edition) and assigned numbers. Once the edition is sold, no more prints will be made. Fine art prints are professionally corrected to reflect the original artwork and they are inspected, signed, titled, and numbered by the artist.
Posters will be printed on a thinner card stock paper and will include the title, and other text printed under the image, like an art poster you would buy in a museum gift shop. It will be nicely printed and suitable for framing, but a poster is not a piece of fine art and can be reprinted.
For sales made in the calendar year of 2017: 50% of the proceeds from the sales of the t-shirts and posters, and 30% of the proceeds from the sales of the limited edition fine art prints, will be donated to charity, divided equally between the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and Planned Parenthood.
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