A GTC print can now be yours!

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by per volquartz, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. per volquartz

    per volquartz Member

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    I have been invited to have another show in Shanghai, China.
    So, I need to mount and matte a bunch of prints. Using Art Care by Bainbridge (always) - its going to cost me a lot.
    Therefore I have decided to sell a series of prints to help finance this exhibit.
    Image = Leaf in Bowl, on Canvas = a still life; print measuring roughly 12.5 X 17" (printed on 16X20 paper).
    Each print is processed to archival museum standards, mounted and matted using Art Care by Bainbridge, signed and numbered (open edition).

    The price per print is $335 incl. shipping within the USA.

    To order please pay through Paypal to printsales@volquartz.com

    Your support is greatly appreciated! Thanks!



    Per Volquartz

    http://www.pervolquartz.com


    By the way, GTC print = Go to China print...


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  2. wildbill

    wildbill Member

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    Per's prints will blow your mind. Good luck Per!
     
  3. per volquartz

    per volquartz Member

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    a larger image!

    The image in my first post was too small I felt.
    So here is a larger one.

    Per Volquartz

    http:www.pervolquartz.com
     

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  4. tomalophicon

    tomalophicon Member

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    What do you mean by GTC print?

    :tongue: Never mind. Just read what it is now.
     
  5. John Koehrer

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    I guess it's a "real' print, not inkjet?
     
  6. tomalophicon

    tomalophicon Member

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    Can you give us an idea about your archival processing standards?