Shipping is Free. Orders are shipped within 14 days of payment processing. Once your order is shipped I will email you your tracking number. Please include your telephone number with your order so that if necessary the carrier can contact you.
I make every effort to match the color of the digital image to that of the original painting, but because of the nature of digital computer displays some slight variance might occur. I inspect each print for color and contrast accuracy before shipping to you - I will not ship a print that does not meet my high standards of reproduction quality. If, however, you are not satisfied for any reason you may return the print to me within 30 days from the time of payment processing for a full refund minus credit card processing fees. Return shipment costs are the responsibility of the customer.
For returned prints to be accepted and to receive a refund:
It has to be less than 30 days since you received the print
The print must be in the same condition it arrived in
The print must be in its original packaging
Should your print arrive damaged immediately contact me. Take a digital photo of the print and the packaging it arrived in. Contact the shipping company that delivered it and arrange for the print to be collected and returned to me.
If you have any questions about shipping or the return policy please contact me either by email using the contact page or by telephone at 1 860 354 7015
What is Giclee Printing?
Giclee printing is a fancy term concocted to classify any professionally produced print that uses inkjet technology and archival grade (long lasting, non fading) inks. While the process is only several decades old, it has quickly become the method of choice for both artists and photographers.
How long will my canvas print last?
At least 150 years!!
How should I care for my fine art paper print?
To extend the life-span, store you giclee fine art paper print out of direct sunlight and avoid extreme temperature changes or exposure to humidity. It is recommended that paper prints be framed behind glass or acrylic glazing when ultimately on display.