Thank you for supporting my small business. You will find here some tips on printing the art, to make your journey easy.
ALL THE PAINTINGS in the series of “Art- healing & abundance” works well both with and without mounts/mats. I prefer the minimalistic look, but that’s just a personal preference.
There are no extra white borders on the file – all paintings bleed right to the edge. So, take this into account when printing. “Budget Frame” options can be found in shops like IKEA, or if it’s the sales season Michaels is good too.
Retain the original size you bought for retaining the colors right. If you want to mount the print on your altar wall, go for a high-quality printer, if you have it at home, otherwise going to the printer (even at Walgreens) like Staples or Mpix.com is better option.
The paper for printing this art is as important as the printer, fine art papers, a canvas or an textured inkjet paper makes it look vibrant & classy, even without frame. Ask for a heavier paper when using arts paper for printing.
You can use Coated paper, which comes in matte, semi-matte, and glossy finishes. If you like glossy, go for semi-glossy finish as it will help your print pop-out, with less reflection.
That’s it for now, hope to hear about your experience with the Art you bought.