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Written by Michael Booth

June 2, 2008 at 11:08 am

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  1. Has anyone had experience gluing together panels of Epson Premium Canvas Satin that have been varnished with Eco Print Shield? I find that both PVA glue and acrylic gel medium do not adhere well to the side of the canvas that has the ink jet coating.

    Martha Jane Bradford

    June 12, 2008 at 7:12 pm

  2. Hi everyone writing to invite all printmakers to our site. Which is directed at exchange portfolios and collection of printmakers work. non profit Australian artists run organisation. We have plenty of traditional and digital printmaking artists and works on line to look at and make comments chat etc. We also take articales on printmedia.

    Michael Florrimell

    June 14, 2008 at 4:33 am

  3. I have issued 16 editions of Original Digital Prints
    (published in Original Digital Prints: Intimate Whispers, 78pp, 50+ ils., Estero, FL: J. Bailey Studio). So far the Limited Edition prints (Editions of 10). These are all original images scanned from 35mm negatives (not photographs) and are not copies of any existing artwork. Hal of the Editions are already proofed, printed and signed on a paper substrate. My question is whether I (that is the Master Printer, ERSON9600) could print the remaining five prints on a canvas substrate? The Editions would be numbered from six -ten on the different substrate and would be explained in the Document of Authenticity. I haven’t bee able to find any official guidance on this matter. The Edition quality, in comparing paper and canvas, are identical
    in all aspects except the slight surface texture on the canvas.

    Does anyone have any opinion on this or any official
    statements (outside of BS7876)??

    Many thanks for your help–in advance.

    Joyce Waddell Bailey

    November 6, 2009 at 8:51 pm

  4. (Sorry: Typos Corrected in this version, jwb)
    I have issued 16 editions of Original Digital Prints
    (published in “Original Digital Prints: Intimate Whispers,” 78pp, 50+ ils., Estero, FL: J. Bailey Studio). So far, the Limited Edition prints (Editions of 10)are printed on paper (five each). These are all original images scanned from 35mm negatives (not photographs) and are not copies of any existing artwork. Half of the Editions are already proofed, printed and signed on a paper substrate. My question is whether I (that is, the Master Printer, EPSON9600) could print the remaining five prints on a canvas substrate? The Editions would be numbered from six -ten on the different substrate and would be explained in the Document of Authenticity. I haven’t been able to find any official guidance on this matter. The Edition quality, in comparing paper and canvas, is identical in all aspects except the slight surface texture on the canvas.

    Does anyone have any opinion on this or any official
    statements (outside of BS7876)??

    Many thanks for your help–in advance.

    Joyce Waddell Bailey

    November 6, 2009 at 9:03 pm

  5. Can someone provide me information about the last David Hockey series of digital prints (what kind of printer, what sort of paper, where was it printed, etc…)?
    Thank you in advance.
    Alain

    Alain

    December 6, 2009 at 2:08 am


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