Rendered in a bright, vivid palette, “Grace on Fire” is about an ecstatic release of the passion that both protects and liberates us from the mundane world. Passion is the blissful surrender of joy and self acceptance reminding you to gracefully accept and confidently embrace the fire you hold within.
Fine Art Prints are BOUNDARY BREAKING because nothing should stand in the way of owning the art you love.
These fine art and giclée prints are printed with light fast ink on archival quality, textured paper to bring you the “original” experience at the price of a print. Prints are the opportunity to buy your favorite artwork even after the originals have sold. Collectable variety that is ready and available to express your true personality.
A wide VARIETY of choices make it possible to find the art that moves your soul, speaks to your heart and expresses your truth. Be BOLD with your interior design. Dance like nobody’s watching and buy art that doesn’t match the couch. TRUST DIFFERENT.
Choose art to match your soul, your life’s energy and your truth.
Collect away! Prints on paper are available in 3 frameable sizes:
- 3″ x 3″ prints on paper, in a 5″ x 7″ mat
- 4″ x 4″ prints on paper, in a 8″ x 10″ mat
- 6″ x 6″ prints on paper, in a 9″ x 12″ mat
Prints on Canvas are also available but limited due to their production time. Not all images are available as prints on canvas. If you see something you like don’t hesitate to swoop it up.
- Prints on Canvas are 12″ x 12″ x 1″, wired and ready to hang.
DID YOU KNOW APRIL HAS OVER 400 WORKS OF ART? Keep checking back to see what’s been added to the Fine Art Print collection.
What’s the difference between a Fine Art Print and a Giclée Print?
FROM ME…NOT TOO MUCH, both are printed on archival quality paper with special light-fast ink, however to use the prestigious title of “giclée” the prints need to follow some pretty rigid guidelines. If you see that one of my prints are called a Fine Art Print, instead of a giclée, it simply means that I photographed the original instead of scanning it.
One of the guidelines for a print to be called a “giclée”, states that reproductions must come from a scan versus a photograph (that could be skewed or distorted). Since many of my paintings don’t fit on my scanner, I photograph them. So many artists out there charge big bucks for their giclée prints, but my giclées are no more expensive than my fine art prints, because I know you care about quality without getting hung up on the little details.