About Photographic Finishes and Care Instructions:

I only use photographic processes and finishes that I would have in my own home. I want products that are going to last, so I've researched and found a collection I'm really proud to offer. I stand by my products 100%.

Canvas
6x6 framed squares, hanging canvas prints, custom wrapped canvas on stretcher frame

All canvas products are made on high-end art canvas made in the USA. Breathing Color® canvas is the first archival canvas to last 100 years and is certified. It is also OBA-free (optical brightening agent), which means it does not contain additional chemicals which in turn may discolor inferior canvases that use OBA yellow. Your canvas art is printed in a professional photo lab right here in the Midwest (Iowa) using Breathing Color canvas and archival inks; not in my home on my inkjet printer.

To take care of your canvas artwork, use a dry microfiber cloth or feather duster with minimal rubbing; do not rub hard. Never, ever use water or cleaning products on the canvas.
 

Metal
metal prints, barnwood mounted metal prints, custom order metal prints

All metal products are made on ChromaLuxe™ metal and are created by using a high-heat technology to fuse your image into aluminum metal for incredible visual depth and luminosity. Your metal art is printed in a professional photo lab right here in the Midwest (Iowa) that uses high-end art and archival products.

To take care of your metal artwork, use a dry microfiber cloth or feather duster. A damp cloth or Windex is ok.
 

Wood
PhotoPallet prints, coasters, magnets, custom order wood prints

All wood products are made on a mixture of Maple plywood from the USA, Canadian Maple and Russian Birch plywood. By using Maple it also supports tree farms and companies here in North America. Your wood art is printed in a professional photo lab in Tennessee that uses UV inks that are resistant to fading as well as special UV coatings before and after printing to further protect and enhance your images./p>

To take care of your wood artwork or products, use a dry microfiber cloth or feather duster. A damp cloth is ok. Because real wood is being used do not saturate as the wood could rot.