There are two main strands to my visual creative practice, one being original fine paintings and the other being mechanically reproduced prints. I do not often artificially limit my prints in number, but it is safe to say that numbers are very well limited by the amount of time I spend on creating them.
Digital prints made by me personally are numbered and signed, and I keep my own records, but their number will be naturally limited by nature of my own mortality! "Numbered and signed" prints are NOT the same as "limited editions". I describe them as "numbered editions", but the number of prints possible is open ended. This gives me greater flexibility as their creator in that I can make them in a variety of formats and sizes, and on different substrates.
Selected imagery is available unsigned and un-numbered for use on print-on-demand merchandise. Funding is much needed to pay for painting materials and this facility helps in a small way by giving me a royalty from each sale. Please do consider purchasing some of my printed artwork as this is an easy and mutually beneficial way help support my creative project.
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Most of the signed/numbered and unsigned/open edition mechanical prints of my work are not reproductions of paintings or drawings but are works true to their own medium which is photographic imagery, either originating from a photographic image or from photo-manipulation software. If I think a work in another medium suitable for translation into digital imagery and printing, then I will do this, but not indiscriminately.
I also produce monotypes, using traditional printing techniques and sometimes hand finished digital prints on various substrates.