Art reproduction: exploring possiblities

Once an image has been broken down into bits and bytes and entered the computer stream there are many reproduction possibilities.

The work could be reproduced directly as close to the original as possible or become part of a card, graphic, ad, promotional piece quilt or award. Each image lends itself to different applications and PageMaster can help with many. Below are images with captions of some of our clients and their work. Click on the images for a larger view. Photos by Dale Youngman.

Catherine Marchard uses cards, prints and canvas reproductions.

Catherine Marchard uses cards, prints and canvas reproductions. Her work has also been published as book and magazine covers. Photo at 2011 Art Walk

Judy Weiss

Judy Weiss shows off a finished quilt created in a Martha Cole workshop. Judy was in for an additional batch of cotton sheeting and was kind enough to bring in the final product for our enjoyment.

Rachel Cadrin with canvas.

Rachel is color, texture and movement. Shown is a canvas reproduction at Art Walk 2011.

Darren Jordan with Vessel and reproduction

In this case, Darren Jordan and his client wanted the reproduction to have a bit more contrast. The top version is the reproduction at 36×60″ on wide bars. Lighting can be a challenge with gloss and size.

Stephanie Medford and postcards

For this series we print the raw cards for Stephanie and she enhances them. This photo taken at the 2011 Art Walk.

Mark Elliot

Mark has done prints and canvas reproductions.

Artist Gail Seemann

Gail Seemann works in oil and we have reproduced canvas, plaque mounts, prints and cards. Check out some of her fantasy pieces.

Acrylic and tablet artist Jared Robinson

This year we are seeing wood and sheet metal as a base from Jared …or digitally created files. He is one of our most prolific artists ordering canvas reproductions and prints.

Leanne Schnierer

Leanne came to us in 2011 for prints and capture. The brightness and bold lines are refreshing.

Joel Abrahmson at Art Walk 2011

Joel created for his book Alchemy, book one: black which we printed for him. Here, he is selling individual originals as well as the completed book.

Levi Etherington at Art Walk 2011

Prints, postcards and canvas round out the originals for Levi.

Alison at Artwalk 2011

Alison has used her work in a children’s book as well as cards, prints and postcards.

Colleen Ulliac at Art Walk 2011

Collen and assistant at Art Walk 2011. We have created prints and canvas reproductions.

Julie Drew at Artwalk 2011

Juliie has a devotional book: God is my refuge which we have printed for her and is available at PageMasterPublishing.ca. It contains a number of color pages with her work.

 

This is a fairly representative sample but there are many more artists. For more on the capture process see Capturing your art. Feel free to call or contact us for more information. Thanks for supporting our artists.

Capturing Your Art: The Critical First Step

Leave a Reply 2 comments

Les Lahey - May 10, 2016 Reply

I would like some information on pricing
I work in oil and or acyrilics and reproductions would be on both canvas and paper

Thanks

    Dale Youngman - September 6, 2016 Reply

    Les.
    There is a page on image capture which includes pricing.
    For prints we offer economical cards (about a dollar plus setup including envelope), notebooks (about $3) and 13×19 prints ($4 bagged and backed) on the digital press and twelve color prints on fine art papers, photo papers, fabric and canvas. We have an upload site which will calculate pricing for you. You do not have to commit to purchasing or login until you are ready to purchase. If you are in Edmonton you are welcome to drop in and chat.

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