Beautiful Dreamer Raven Economy Print

$18.00

“Beautiful Dreamer” 8½ x 11″ economy print, has a built in white border to simulate a mat, they are $15. It’s important to me that my art is affordable and attainable to everyone. Buying a print is a great way to get started in art collecting. Art is so personal, and it’s also a great way to show off your individuality in your home or office. Why buy a mass produced image from the big box stores when you can have a unique piece of art that everyone will be asking “Where did you get that?”

This print is ready for your 8½ x 11″ or 8×10 (with a little trimming) frame. This image is also available as a matted photographic print. (which is a better quality and longer lasting print for a bit more money)

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Please allow 3-4 extra business days for backordered prints. Ships to the US. Need it sooner? Just contact me.

3 in stock (can be backordered)

Description

“Beautiful Dreamer” 8½ x 11″ print, does not include matte or frame but there is a white border around the painting so that a mat is not needed. These are what I call the economy prints and they have a built in white border to simulate a mat, they are $15 and will stay bright if kept out of the sunlight or under direct lights for several years. It’s important to me that art is affordable and attainable by everyone. Buying a print is a great way to get started in art collecting.

About the painting Beautiful Dreamer (Print): 

Beautiful Dreamer is a print of my original acrylic portrait painting of a black raven named Vincent. I’m a fan of Edgar Allan Poe who wrote the great poem called The Raven and I like to think he would approve of my ravens.

Mixed media background with acrylic and inks. 2nd painting in the “Nevermore” series.

I am so attracted to ravens and crows, I feel they have such personality. It’s like they have old souls. Ravens and crows are extremely intelligent birds. My mother always told me that my great grandmother who was part Cherokee Indian from Tennessee had a pet crow and taught it to talk. His name was Timmy. I wonder what he had to say?

Read more about the creation of this painting and see pictures of my painting process on my blog, here.


About the printing paper grades: 

Economy Prints:  Economy prints are on mat 100 pound, bright white cotton paper. Care of prints require keeping them out of direct sunlight and artificial light. You will get the longest life from Economy prints if you frame them behind glass. They are meant to be vibrant and last a few years, and are a good way to decorate affordably or for gift giving. Currently, Economy prints are offered as 8½ x 11″ or smaller.

Upper Quality Prints:  The next step up, photographic prints are matted for a 8×10 frame. Chromogenic color prints are full-color photographic prints made using chromogenic materials and processes, just like your photos you have processed. The print you will receive is matted and ready for you to take off the protective plastic sleeve and frame.They are $26 for the 8×10 and available also as a matted 11×14 (framed size) $44. Photographic prints are printed on acid free photographic paper and should last 75+ years if kept protected from direct light. Choice of white or black mat.

Kodak Supra Endura photographic paper has an extraordinary color gamut and state-of-the art image stability. I prefer two of the four papers available, one is the matte the other being the metallic.

Fine Art Fully Archival Prints:  The best prints are the Giclee’s. They have the best archival quality and are found in museums and fine art gallery’s around the world. Pricing is based on size and usually the color of a Giclee is the closest to the original art.


I do commission paintings if you are wanting an original of your own. Please let me know if I can paint you a version or if there is a special subject you would like to have painted. See more about commissions on my about page.

©Jaime Haney. All work protected under copyright law. Artist retains all copyrights. The purchase of art does not entitle the buyer to any licensing or reproduction rights.

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