Museum quality prints by Shaun and Amy Duncan.

Sunday, December 29, 2013

Graphite Ageing Amanita Muscaria Fine Art Print

Finally, part four of our new mushroom print series - the first mushroom Amy ever drew, and possibly her favourite. This botanical illustration was drawn to scale directly from life, and rendered entirely in graphite pencil. The original suffered a coffee stain during storage that had to be removed as best as possible by a conservationist, but thanks to the wonders of Photoshop Shaun was able to restore the image to its original glory for the printed version!

These archival prints are made using Epson Ultrachrome K3 pigment inks on 308gsm 100% cotton Hahnemühle photo rag paper. Prints are 24 x 33cm in size (9.5 x 13 inches), and hand signed on the bottom right corner in graphite pencil. All materials used to create these are of archival quality, right down to the packaging they’ll be shipped in, so your print can be safely stored in it’s original sleeve until you have it framed. Also included is a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity, featuring our embossed logo.

Prints will be shipped flat in a sturdy cardboard mailer, protected by a clear acid-free polypropylene sleeve, with archival cardboard backing and foam-board for added support. This is an open edition print.

$80 AUD, postage included to pretty much anywhere.

1 comment:

  1. This painting from part 4 of the mushroom series looks so intriguing. I fell in love with its finishing and cuts. Its worth the money!