“Carramar Farm” Limited Edition Canvas Print

From: $350

“Carramar Farm” Limited Edition Canvas Print

From: $350

A gorgeous stretched canvas print of ‘Carramar Farm’ taken from my original acrylic painting. Carramar is an Aboriginal word meaning ‘big trees’. Carramar Farm is a magical farm which is home to my Aunty and Uncle and I have spent many happy school holidays roaming around this beautiful property.

3 sizes available:

Limited Edition Canvas Print 24” (60 x 60 cm)

Limited Edition Canvas Print 30” (76 x 76 cm)

Limited Edition Canvas Print 40” (102 x 102 cm)

 Canvas prints are unframed.
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The artwork is professionally printed using fade resistant Archival inks printed directly onto 100% cotton canvas. It arrives Unstretched and it is rolled up in a sturdy tube for easy transportation. Once it arrives to you, you will then need to get the Canvas Print stretched over stretcher bars. I recommend that you take it to your local framer and get this done professionally.

If you would like a custom size then please email me for a quote at info@sherrencomensoli.com.au I can also give you a quote for framing if you would prefer the canvas to arrive to you already framed. There will be additional shipping costs if you would like to buy a Canvas Print pre- framed. Shipping quotes avaliable upon request, please email me at info@sherrencomensoli.com.au

Limited Edition Canvas Prints – Only 15 prints are ever produced. Once 15 prints have been produced there will be no more prints available.

The artwork is professionally printed using eco-solvent fade resistant inks onto 100% cotton canvas. The canvas has a UVB protection built in to protect against fading and moisture, so you will be able to wipe it clean with a damp cloth. It has a slightly gloss finish which gives the print a great depth of colour.

Not all my original paintings are offered as prints, only the ones I personally select.

How is it done? When I select a painting I would like to offer as a print I then take this painting to my art photographer’s studio (in Brunswick Melbourne). The Art Photographer takes a very high resolution photograph of the painting. With this ultra- high resolution photo of my work, my printer is then able to reproduce the best quality print possible using Archival Pigment Inks.

I’ve been told, the canvas prints look almost as good as the real painting once stretched!