Sunlit in Santorini

The Original Oil Painting is sold ~ Prints are available here

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The story of “Sunlit in Santorini”

While in Santorini I wandered up and down the cliffs of Santorini and many of the homes are built into or carved out of the Lava rock left from the eruption of a volcano, many centuries ago.  The curves and the crevices made it possible for a unique kind of architecture that would be painted white.  The formations are all natural and every square inch was carved or constructed from the lava rock.  It is beautiful in such a simple way and they call them “traditional homes.”  Almost every home has a chair or two and a table along with flowers like Geraniums in abundance.  Most shutters, doors and railings are painted cobalt blue.  The original painting, now sold, was painted on Canvas in Oils, by Mary Grden

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Artist made Print “Sunlit in Santorini” Limited Edition #1/100 ~ 12″ x 16″ Canvas Print 58.00 USD

Read the information directly before “Contact” that explains more about your Print. You are purchasing a limited-edition print, signed and numbered by the artist on a Certificate of Authenticity. If you purchase more than one “numbered” print, the numbers will be in succession on each Certificate.

$68.00

 

Artist made Print “Sunlit in Santorini” Open Edition (non-numbered) ~ 12″ x 16″ Canvas Print 48.00 USD

Read the information directly before “Contact” that explains more about your print. If you are purchasing an open series print, that is a non-numbered. You will also receive a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the Artist with each print you purchase in an open series.

$48.00

LARGER Print sizes of “Sunlit in Santorini”

This information below pertains to the “Canvas” prints I have listed. I sell Archival Watercolor Paper Prints in the same sizes and the series numbers have not been issued yet. I will be adding paper as soon as I can get more of my prints listed, however, they are priced less than Canvas. You can always ask me on the “contact form” what the paper prices are. This is a good time to mention, “follow me”, so you can see what I list and when.

I print on Epson Canvas with my Archival Epson Printer. I have been producing paper prints for over 20 years and Canvas for about 8 years. I render (bring to life) images of my work from raw media, disc, 4×5 negatives, etc. My prints are on Archival Canvas made to last 100 years or more, sealed with an acid free clear spray. The prints are lightly mounted flat on acid free mat board. Canvas prints are never put under glass. You can find standard size frames many places, just take the glass out permanently and put your print in. I find that your décor is easier to work with in standard size frames if you are using smaller art and less expensive if the Artist does all the rendering and printing. These Limited Edition Prints are new editions in the size shown on the purchase form. When all 100 numbered prints of any one series (print name) are sold I retire the series in that size and name and no more of those prints can be made. I can print in different sizes and on different media in limited editions until all of those are sold. Open editions or non-numbered series are like open stock “china”, as long as the maker keeps making the china they are available.

If you are purchasing a Limited-edition print, the Artist will sign and number a Certificate of Authenticity for every Limited Edition print purchased. If you purchase more than one “numbered” print, at the same time, the numbers will be in succession on each Certificate for the same series. Your print will be printed on flat (not stretched) Canvas. It will be lightly mounted on acid-free mat board for easy framing in a standard size frame. Take the glass permanently out of the frame you purchase. The print and its backing board will fit in the frame and rest against the same ledge (called the rabbet) that the glass rested against. Glass out ~ Print in. I do have my work shown on other sites. If you want to confirm what numbers you are wanting to purchase, please use the contact form on the page of the print you are looking at, with the number or numbers you wish to purchase and I will hold your place by time and date and get back to you as soon as I see your message.

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