Art Prints--Limited Edition Giclee's and Original Collage Painting Information Page 8

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Just call or E-mail me to purchase Art Prints, Signed-Limited Edition GICLEES , Original Paintings-if still available! artbymarla@hotmail.com 503-777-1583 -NOTE: CLOSE IN S.E. or N.E. portland-I can deliver!!!!!!

OPEN EDITION ART PRINTS... $19.95 --  $29.95

Open Edition art prints are sized image 8"x10" white border to 11"x14" & image 11"x14" white border to 12"x16" prints come in a protective plastic sleeve and include artist bio.

LIMITED EDITION GICLEES ON PAPER OR CANVAS... contact me for pricing

The Limited Edition Giclee prints are indiviually hand signed by Marla and are accompanied with a Signed Letter of Authenticity.The giclee prints are special order and carefully inspected, we do not accept returns on these prints.  Gilee prints available on archival paper, or canvas (not stretched) Both styles are 16x20 image. Shipping& handling extra.

The giclee print process involves generating images from high-resolution digital scans,printed on archival,acid-free paper using giclee inks. These inks have an extraordinary range and are lightfast from 80 to 200+ years when properly mounted . prints are special order.

ORIGINALS are "one of a kind" collage paintings  on 11x14 streched canvas 1 1/2 inch deep gallery wrapped edge- framed in a floating  15x19 black frame. finished ready to hang. contact me to see which ones are still avabile and price.            artbymarla@hotmail.com

Framed prints also available at Beards, Museum Quality Framing, and Frame Central

HOW I DO MY COLLAGE PAINTINGS....

"I start my collage paintings by painting the sky and background on a canvas.  Then using the choice I’ve previously selected from my collection of photographs, I compose the painting.  I then use some of the real photograph, collaged and then painted to my vision, to complete the canvas painting.  This process takes anywhere from a week to a month for each painting. This is in addition to the time involved in researching and photographing the image for each painting.".... Marla