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About the Prints We Offer

We have our prints created on Moab Somerset Enhanced Velvet 100% cotton paper.
We have been working with our print company for 16 years. They print our
senior portraits, wedding photos and portraiture. The signed and numbered work is
shipped to me for my approval, numbering and signing, then I ship it on to you.
The printing IS NOT inexpensive! It is the highest quality possible!

If you would like info on sizes we can create from chosen artwork, please contact me via james(at)jgeddes.com
or FourTwoFive 765-929Seven

LL PRICING INCLUDES SHIPPING AND TAX IF APPLICABLE
Those who can pick up their artwork, will save a substantial shipping cost. Cost of shipping originals,  can be well over $100.00. Picking up prints will also save you substanially if you have ordered a Limited Edition. Standard prints will arrive from our printer to your address.

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
Each and every artwork in a limited edition should look exactly the same. If one artwork is significantly different from the rest, then I will not include it the limited edition.

To distinguish between individual artworks in an edition, I label each piece with a distinct number—and you will often find this number published alongside the total edition size (e.g. 1/30 or 30/30). A common misconception is that editions are numbered in the order that they are printed. This is rarely the case, I will number works when I am signing and dating them.

For this reason, the number of a print—whether that be 1/30 or 30/30—will typically have no effect on its resale value.

When galleries sell limited auditions artworks for the first time, they often sell them in number order. If there is a lot of demand for the edition, galleries may choose to raise the price of the remaining unsold works. In this case, the prints numbered 25/30 to 30/30 will be more 25% more than the prints numbered 1/30-24/30 simply because it was the last of these limited editions to be sold.