Most of my prints are done on canvas with inks that are tested to last at least 100 years. Giclee prints on paper are made on an Iris printer using watercolor dyes which last 75+ years.
The prints on canvas have the advantage that they can be worked by hand with oil glazes. Gold leaf can also be applied if it was on the original. Cost of hand working depends on the size of the print. A 25 x 33 print would be around $200.
Print prices depend on the size of the print. On canvas, a print that is 25 x 33 would be $450. Stretching the canvas onto stretcher bars would be $90. This can also be framed here, with the cost depending on the moulding you choose. Canvas prints can also be sealed with a UV protective coating. They do not need to be framed under glass or plexi.
A new method I am using is mounting prints on aluminum. These do not need to be framed at all and are ready to hang. I am doing a series of full size 36" x 42" prints on aluminum with hand work for $1000 each. If you are interested in adopting a print for my upcoming New York Hall of Sciences show, I will give you the print for $800 for allowing me to hang it in the show. I will also give you a sponsorship credit in the show if you wish.
Prints on paper, the Giclee prints, are done by the sheet. They cost $500 for 34 x 46 or smaller. Two prints can be printed on a sheet for $250 each if two are purchased. These must be framed under plexiglass or glass. We frame archivally using a thick mat and UV plexiglass, if desired.
If you live in California, tax must be added to your purchase. Packing and shipping is also extra.
Please contact Julie Newdoll at Brush with Science to purchase a print: