Iris flower


I love to paint the natural world in vibrant colours and bold brushstrokes.

The Peace of wild things

When despair for the world grows in me
and I wake in the night at the least sound
in fear of what my life and my children’s lives may be,
I go and lie down where the wood drake
rests in his beauty on the water, and the great heron feeds.
I come into the peace of wild things
who do not tax their lives with forethought
of grief. I come into the presence of still water.
And I feel above me the day-blind stars
waiting with their light. For a time
I rest in the grace of the world, and am free.

Wendell Berry

For best results we suggest a matt finish paper such as Photo Rag, Bamboo, Hemp or German Etching.

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Frequently asked questions

Which paper should I choose?

You can view more detailed information about the various papers on offer by visiting our Fine Art Printing page which outlines the characteristics and qualities of each paper.

Generally speaking the Photo Rag, Bamboo, and German Etching are all matt finish papers whilst FineArt Pearl and Metallic Rag give a satin/glossy type finish.

Broadly speaking, if you are purchasing a colourful/vibrant image then it is sometimes better to go with FineArt pearl as this will bring out the colours more than a matt finished paper.

The Metallic Rag is quite a specialised paper but can produce exceptional results for cityscape/night light scenes and images with architecture/metal/cars/motorbikes.

If you are ever in doubt, please just drop us a message on whatsapp or via email and we’ll be happy to give you some advice.

How long will my print take after ordering?

We typically complete printing within 2-3 days. We can accelerate this timeline somewhat if you require, but please get in touch with us to discuss. There is a limitation to which we can accelerate the timeline and still allow suitable time for the print to be handled and packaged properly.

Please take note however of the shipping timelines that are highlighted during checkout. The total timeline is likely to be 2-3 days for printing + whatever shipping timeline is quoted by your selected vendor.

Do you ship internationally?

Yes we do. Once you are ready to buy you can input your delivery details and we’ll provide a range of shipping options and prices for you to choose from. This includes leading vendors such as DHL, UPS, and Fedex plus many other good value, reliable vendors relevant to your destination.

Do note that depending on your destination you may have to pay additional import duties and taxes. We provide a rough estimate of what these may be based on your order and delivery address.

The shipping fees quoted are paid directly to the shipper. These are the baseline prices with no mark-up applied. We make $0 on any shipment related prices.

Do you only print on Hahnemühle?

Thats correct, we currently focus entirely on Hahnemühle paper because our experience using their products has been consistently excellent when compared to cheaper alternatives.

Hahnemühle is a German fine art paper and canvas manufacturer that was founded back in 1584. Today they are widely regarded as the market leader for fine art paper production offering exceptional quality with high levels of age resistance.

This ensures we can produce the best possible prints on papers that will stand the test of time.

How do you ship the prints?

All prints are packaged and shipped rolled up in a suitably sized cardboard tube. If you are self collecting from us locally in Singapore you may get in touch if you’d prefer us to flatten your work for easier mounting later.

Are the prints listed here limited edition and/or signed?

The prints are generally not signed by the artist, but the artist you are buying from has directly listed their own work and is responsible for managing their own pricing and information.

In some cases the artist may have specified that certain works are limited edition. This will be evident in the listing details if applicable.

Do you apply any additional protection after printing?

Yes we do. All prints on our matt finish papers are sprayed with a specially formulated fine art spray. This is not visible on the print but provides additional protection to the surface area and additional UV protection.

Can you tell me more about how this platform works?

At Fine Art Printing we wanted to provide an additional platform for artists to showcase and sell their work. The works you see on this website are created by individuals who listed their work and manage their own pricing.

When you purchase a work from Fine Art Printing the price you pay is the [artwork price] + [printing price] + [shipping].

The artwork price is set by the artist themselves and we take no commission on this price. Let’s take a hypothetical example – If a work is listed by the artist at $100 and the printing price is $30, the initial total before shipping would be $130.

The $100 would be paid back to the artist.

Things to be mindful of when your print arrives

We print on a range of various fine art papers. Generally speaking fine art papers, especially the printed surface are more delicate than your standard printer papers. You should avoid directly touching the printed surface with your hands to minimise any potential for damage.

When higher thickness papers are shipped in rolled up tubes they can be challenging to flatten and mount [unless you are getting a professional to help you frame the works]. If you are DIY’ing it yourself then you can consider laying your print under a table cloth or similar and applying some heat with an iron [set to cotton temperature]. Don’t overdo the heat, but you will find that this is very effective at flattening out the paper enough to more easily mount inside a frame.

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