Raining in North Vancouver Print
About the Image
Regardless of weather, the views are amazing from the Stanley Park seawall. This painting looks towards the Lionsgate Bridge with the North Shore mountains with heavy rain clouds. Hence the title "Raining in North Vancouver"
Click here to see the Original Painting, acrylic on canvas, 40" x 30"
About the Printing process
Your artwork gets printed onto Premium Matte Exhibition Canvas or Hot Press Bright Art Paper in my art studio in New Westminster. Your print is then hand cut and signed by me. I sign paper prints on the bottom right corner in the white border and I sign canvas prints on the back. The canvas print is un-stretched and can be framed just like a paper print would with or without a mat.
Canvas has a texture to it making it look more like the original. I sign the back of the canvas with pencil and I write the year printed. The image is printed right to the edge (no border).
Canvas border & varnish Add-on: You can choose to add an optional UV protective varnish and extra border to your canvas print by purchasing this listing. Please select the appropriate size to the print you have ordered .
Hot Press Bright is a smooth, bright white archival paper. I include a 1" white border (0.5" border on 8"x10" size) and I sign the bottom right corner with pencil. The paper is 300gsm (140lbs).
Depending on the print size, the print will be packaged in a Stay-Flat cardboard envelope with backing board and plastic sleeve, or larger prints I roll with tissue paper into a 3" cardboard tube.
Shipping & Custom Fees
Each print is made to order in my New Westminster studio space (or I outsource to a local printer if the print is larger than 24").
Please allow 3-6 days for printing and packaging. The timing is depending on my painting business capacity. And then allow 1 week for shipping. Please be aware that there may be additional VAT/customs charges to be paid by the customer on delivery depending on your location/country.
How to frame un-stretched canvas prints
Not sure how to frame your print? I created tutorials to help you frame your print yourself. If that is too much work may I also suggest some local framers. Click here for all the information regarding framing. I recommend protecting both types of print with glass or a lighter option, plexi-glass. No glass is required for canvas prints that have the varnish option added.
Refunds and Returns
If your print is damaged in the mail please send me a photo of the packaging and the print as soon as possible. I will replace your order.
Enjoying the art on your walls is especially important to me. I hope you are completely satisfied with your purchase. Please read my refunds and exchange policy regarding prints. Click here.