purchasing artwork from this website:
Artwork on this website is available where prices are indicated. Prices listed do not include shipping and handling charges (those are calculated when you click on the buy now button). If you are paying by credit card be sure to check whether you want the piece framed or unframed. If you are paying by check and would like these works framed then indicate that in your inquiry and a price quote (usually about $50 - $75 more) will be provided. Watercolors come framed, altarpieces are ready for display.
Payments are accepted through the forms of personal and bank checks (checks must clear before items are shipped) and debit and credit card. You may use a Paypal account for the additional benefit of paying by bank transfer (a secure Paypal account is free and takes only a few minutes to set up through the link provided)
Payment plans are available.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details and to discuss payment and shipping options. Be sure to include a reference to any applicable discounts.
about original hand-pulled prints:
As a printmaker, I take special pride in the work that I do. My prints are created as a specific artwork that can be issued as multiples. Many artists, dealers, and galleries use the word "print" to describe a "reproduction" of an image that exists in another form, usually as a painting. These reproductions, though they might have lightfast inks and be printed on archival paper, are little more than a high grade poster.
Consumers and collectors should be well informed before making a purchase of any artwork called a print. I design, carve, or etch all my own blocks and plates and then print them myself--either by hand or on a press. Some artists work with master printers in a collaboration that ends in the same result. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com for more information about printmaking and the print market.