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Original artwork purchases via mail: after receiving the artwork, the customer has a couple of weeks to let me know if the artwork was received in good order and that they're satisfied with the purchase. If the artwork was damaged during shipment, I can either replace it with another one or refund your money. If you're not happy with the artwork within a couple of weeks, you can send it back to me with the original or similar packing materials at your expense. We can work something out about exchanging the artwork or refunding your purchase price.
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My original paintings on "synthetic paper" are done on a variation of Tyvek, a product by DuPont, also known as “spunbonded olefin”. It is archival, water-resistant, mold-resistant, and will not rot. I've been painting on this substrate for over 30 years. If the synthetic paper is adhered to a cradled wood panel for mounting and framing, it is done using a starch-based adhesive. Wood panels have a basswood surface and pine frame, and are manufactured or maximum archival stability and longevity. Acrylic inks used are mainly Daler & Rowney FW, which are archival, acrylic-based, pigmented, pH-neutral/acid-free, and water-resistant. I also occasionally use Amsterdam acrylic inks, which have similar qualities, but seem to have a bit more pigment in them. Canvases are usually Blick Studio or Blick Premier, all of which have multiple coats of acid-free titanium gesso. Occasionally I've worked on Ampersand Gessobord, a high-quality wood panel made from sustainable forest products that is formaldehyde-free and contains no harmful volatile organic compounds. The fine art prints manufactured by Bay Photo are all made with archival inks and on acid-free substrates.
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