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Paster canvas detail

A limited editon print of The Angel Wings in Turquoise.

(A limited run of 50 will be made.)

Print size A5 - fixed into an 8x10" white mount for easy framing.

Print size A4 - fixed into an 12x16"white mount for easy framing.

Print size A3, fixed into a 20x16" white mount for easy framing.




Hand finished option- Add silver, gold or copper leaf


This comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist with the individual edition number.

Angel Wings in Turquoise

  • It’s the best feeling in the world when you purchase a piece of art, but how do you look after it once you get it home?

    Well, we’ve put together a complete guide on how to display and care for your collection to make sure it remains in perfect nick for years to come.


    First things first, you need to decide where your artwork is going to take up residence in your home.

    Whether you’ve already got a spot in mind, or you’re weighing up the options, it’s worth giving some thought to the following.


    Artworks don’t fare well when placed in bright sunlight. Watercolours and other works on paper are particularly prone to colour bleaching or surface degradation when placed in direct sunlight, but even hardier pigments in oils or acrylics will fade over time.

    Where possible, try to hang your artworks in shadier spots (or if you really can’t avoid hanging your pieces in a sunny corner, chat to a specialist framer about placing your artworks behind UV-protected glass).


    Frequent or large changes in temperature can be damaging to artworks, as can high levels of humidity or damp. When selecting where to hang your new artworks, consider how the requirements of the medium match up with the room in which you’re placing it.

    Likewise, in kitchens or rooms with open fires or radiators, bear in mind that strong sources of heat can cause warping or discolouration to some mediums.


    We love the idea of having art in the bathroom, but bear in mind that works on paper or those with delicate surfaces may not fare well. Good ventilation is a must to avoid mildew and surface damage, and we’d recommend chatting to a framer about how best to protect your artworks by properly sealing the frames to prevent moisture getting in.

    After you have considered all this, you'll have your perfect place for you and others to enjoy.

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