UNFORTUNATELY, WE ARE NOT ABLE TO OFFER PRINTING AT THIS TIME.
We support artists and the art community by offering affordable fine art printing and no sitting fees for image adjustments when the artist is present at studio. Photographic output is of the highest image quality suitable for gallery exhibitions.
The process is simple. The artist uploads his high-resolution artwork with our easy-to-use Web upload tool. We work closely with the artist on printing specifications and details for image enhancement, such as upscaling, sharpening or color adjustment. Image upscaling is achieved using Genuine Fractals from onOne Software, Inc. Test prints and soft and hard proofs are available at cost.
The final photographic piece can be printed on various output materials including fine art archival paper, and glossy or luster paper.
For artists preparing for an exhibition or displaying a single piece, we offer matting and framing services at discounted rates. Double and triple mats, bevel cuts, custom sizes or you own creative idea, it's the final step to turning your vision into fine art.
New York City artist Ron Barron
Exhibited at The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, in 2012.
(Photos below by Megan Barron)
Pittsburgh artist Carol Skinger
Exhibited at the show “Urban Dreams” at the Fein Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA, in 2010.
"Reflections, Rotations, Symmetries: Work by Brian Chapman"
Pittsburgh photographic artist Brian Chapman
Exhibited by the Trust Education and Community Engagement Department at the 709 Penn Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA, in 2007.