The term “archival print” is the term used to describe fine art reproductions of museum quality. Using the finest quality papers and inks designed to resist colour fading, paintings are reproduced using a fine art printer with exceptionally high resolution. The end result of this process means that the artwork is 200 years light-fast (will not fade when properly displayed out of the direct impact of the sun). The paper used should be pH neutral, and the ink is pigment ink.
All of our Art Cards are professionally printed, affordable and ready to be mailed out or framed for your home. (Envelope included)
The story of each work of art is located on the inside cover of the card. A light watermark of the artwork is positioned on the facing page where you can write your note. The story for each piece of art can be referenced in the “prints” section of our store.
On the back of the card is a short write up about The Art for Aid Project’s work and the impact this purchase has on positively affecting art for youth in remote Indigenous communities across Canada.