Caring For Your Artwork
We put countless hours into our paintings. Once shipped, please preserve its legacy with continued love and care.
First rule of ownership: No ultraviolet rays. A paint's fugitive dyes and colorants begin to discolor when displayed or stored in direct light. Ultimately, affecting the color balance. The safest display settings are found to be in low light.
Safe dusting is a must. To avoid scratching the surface, please use a dry cloth or feather duster. Do not dampen the cloth with water or cleaning products, as they may alter the surface quality of the painting.
Humidity and paint do not mix. Low humidity can make the paint brittle, while high humidity can promote mold growth. If too many changes in humidity occur, it could cause the wooden back structure of the painting to warp.