Sea oats stand tall in the face of as a threatening storm looming in the distance. The low level dunes of Sanibel Island on Florida's west coast nurtures the field of sea oats protecting the beach from further erosion. Sunlight strikes off the tips of the tall stalks just before the sky lets loose a torrential rain.
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Papers and inks that are selected are of the highest quality and are made to ensure archival properties. Trusted paper and ink manufactures such as Kodak and Epson are used, to name a few. Concerning metal prints, the process used and the nature of the materials have proven exceptionally stable and you should enjoy them for more than a lifetime. Visit my blog to read my review of metal prints. Museum quality canvas is likewise archival. Of course, as with all art, diffuse sunlight is best. It is recommended to avoid direct sunlight for any length of time as it may cause fading. But if you hang your select art in your home, your should enjoy the benefits of high quality fine art archival prints for many, many years to come.
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