Limited Edition Prints
These fine art editions are produced using state of the art digital inkjet printers. Every print is signed and numbered, some available in more than one size. Each print is a museum quality archival print, using pigment-based colour, the only tradition in fine art permanence.
Unlike some inkjet art processes that use dye based inks, these prints are truly archival because they are printed with pigments. Oil paintings, watercolours, pastels, lithographs, serigraphs, cave paintings.....you name it, they all use pigment-based colour. Independent testing has proven a colour permanence of 130 years plus, which is what sets this form of printing apart from anything that has gone before.
The true value of a print and its status as a work of art, should be based on the quality of the image, materials and the artists level of involvement in the print making process. Kim Nelson does more than simply oversee the process — he works with the process to produce the art.
The rarity of the editions increases the value of your investment. Regardless of the size of the image or substrates used, each print has a fixed, limited edition. Some of those copies may be larger or smaller than yours, or printed on different media, but always the total edition remains the same and is bound by law.
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