Canson Rag Photographique Prints
New Prices - Now offering my work for $2750
New Process - Now Using Canson Rag Photograhique Paper
Over the last few months I began to re-think how I wanted to present my digital fine art. I guess the virus made me reevaluate the direction I wanted to go. I began experimenting with paper as a medium for my art, which would allow me to offer my work at a much lower cost but would not in any way effect the high quality standards I have set for my art. After much experimentation, I decided that the French company Canson Infinity offered some of the best paper for fine art printing. Therefore, starting immediately, I will be offering my art on Canson Rag Photograhique paper, which is describe below. By making this change I will be able to get my digital fine art to you in a much shorter period of time.
The beauty of this paper will enhance my art work and I will be proud to show my work on this paper in galleries. All my prints will be shipped rolled in a tube and will be ready for you to frame as you see fit. Each digital art work is printed with a 1.5 inch border.
Canson® Infinity Rag Photographique is a 100% cotton museum grade white Fine Art paper. The exceptional smooth white tone is achieved during manufacturing by introducing natural minerals to the process. It has been developed to address the need for continued longevity requirements in the Digital Fine Art market. Rag Photographique offers a unique extra smooth surface with a sensual feel. It also provides one of the highest achievable Dmax currently available on the market, making it ideal for fine art printmaking. Dmax is a measure of the deepest black tone a printer/ink/paper combination can reproduce.
Canson® Infinity encompasses a range of Digital Fine Art media that exceeds the museum grade standard and has been developed to meet galleries and museum's longevity requirements. With over 450 years' experience in the manufacture of paper, Canson possesses unique expertise and know-how, which helps artists convey their vision to the world. Matisse, Picasso, Maillol, Warhol and other great artists have used Canson papers.
No optical brighteners.