Hand torn prints

I sometimes hand tear my paintings and layer them.  An example of this can be seen with my painting 'Consider the Lilies of the Field'.  I do this with prints as well as originals.  When I have a painting printed onto watercolor paper and then hand tear it, the fact that it is a print is reflected in the lower price.


Prints range from a standard 11”x8.5” colour print on paper, card, and semi-gloss or gloss photo paper, to Giclée prints up to  44”x88” on many different weight and finishes of Watercolor Paper,  and up to 64” x 102” on canvas, with matte, satin or gloss finishes.

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