Edition of 50, printed on archival watercolor paper with deckeled edges. Prints are hand signed and numbered. The print has a 3" white deckled edge border.
Image size: 26"X 26" Paper Size: 33"h X 32"w
Prints still available: 15, as of July 16, 2012
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To see Kyoto in a room
This painting was exhibited at the Annual American Watercolor Society Show 1999 and the National Academy Museum Biennial 2000. Kyoto won the National Arts Club Award in New York City, 2002.
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My watercolor paintings are reproduced using the pigment printing process because it accurately duplicates the luminous quality of my watercolor washes.
My limited edition Giclée prints are printed on a heavyweight archival watercolor paper, the same paper I use for my original watercolor paintings. The inks used are archival pigmented inks. Each print is signed and numbered.
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My painting "Kyoto" is featured in the "The Artful Home" book by Toni Sikes. You can purchase the book at: Guild
My watercolor paintings reproduced as prints can also be purchased through the Guild.com
The Fall 2003 issue of American Artist's Watercolor Magazine featured an extensive article on my watercolor paintings. The article can be viewed on my Watercolor Blog
More commentary on my paintings:Toni Sikes
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I have recently returned to painting with oils. My portrait studies can be seen here: Face to face
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