Most of my recent digital paintings are available as prints on InPrnt (art prints and canvas prints are both available there), with the exception of a few pieces with unusual aspect ratios. For the art prints, keep in mind that the dimensions they mention on their website are in inches (1 in = 2.54 cm), and they include a margin around the piece of 1 to 1.5 inch — the actual image size is at least 5 cm smaller in both height and width. So if you want to frame a piece, I would suggest waiting until you receive the print to make or order the frame, to avoid unpleasant surprises!
I also sell art prints and posters at art conventions and salons — that is, I will when we’re allowed to have art conventions again. The art prints are printed on thick, textured paper, which works very well with my painterly brushwork! Art conventions are also the only way to buy my pieces with unusual aspect ratios, such as the website banner above.
There is also a shop on Redbubble for people with smaller budgets looking for stickers, printed apparel or posters, although I have less control over the quality of the outcome.
And finally, if you just can’t afford to buy an art print or a poster, it’s OK — you have my blessing to download any of the pictures of my website and print them yourself, as long as the use of that print is strictly personal. These pictures should have a high enough resolution to look good as posters, but in case the picture you’re interested in is too small, just send me an email (with the name of the painting you’re interested in and your word that you won’t redistribute that file or make a commercial use of it) and I’ll send you back a higher resolution version of the image file 🙂
I’m planning on listing my original paintings, small studies and pencil drawings that are available for sale on this website in a not-so-distant future, so stay tuned!
Please head over to the “commission” section of this website.