print - editions

Digital media have been used, to varying degree, in the making of all works shown on this website, so the original of each work is a digital file and the works are published as digital prints made from those files.

In some of the compositions, digital media have been used to adapt or re-work paintings and drawings made with traditional media, and some compositions have been made entirely with digital media. The media used in each work are specified in the catalogue.

Not all of the works listed in the catalogue are currently published as prints. Current availability of prints is specified at the lower-right corner of the full-page image of each work. If prints are available, the sizes of prints available are listed there, with prices, in a drop-down menu. The prices are for unmounted/unframed prints. Prints are also available framed, in an acrylic box frame. Prices for those are available on request.

Most of the compositions which are available as prints are published in three print editions, offering three sizes of print. The largest size is approximately A2, and is in limited edition of 52, each signed and numbered. The mid-size is approximately A3, and the small size is approximately A4. Both of those sizes are in open edition, which means that an unlimited number of prints can be made at those sizes.

The prints are made with pigment ink on acid-free cotton rag paper. Those materials are proven to be archivally stable, which means that the prints should not fade over time, if treated with care. As with watercolour paintings, they should be protected from prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.



Extracts from some compositions are reproduced on folded CARDS.
Those are 127 x 175 mm (folded-size), printed on 190gsm matt-coated card, and priced £2.90 each. The cards are blank inside, and an envelope is provided with each.



All prices, for prints and cards, include the cost of postal-delivery within the UK. The cost of postage to other countries is additional. When an order is placed from outwith the UK, the purchaser is emailed to arrange payment of additional postage cost.