JEREMY & JULIE BRAITHWAITE

Banksia Prints

There are 9 Banksia Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.

Galleries - Limited Edition Prints

Our Limited Edition wildflower canvas prints were exclusively displayed in my solo exhibition at The Village Kitchen, 83 Old Bells Line of Road, Kurrajong 2758 from April 23rd to May 25th.  After May 25th they will also be available on this site.  Please click on the pics to access the galleries or use the drop down menu. See the foot of this page for detailed Q&A on the canvas print process.

Everlasting Prints

There are 5 Everlasting Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.

Orchid Prints

There are 6 Orchid Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.

Paws Prints

There are 5 Cats Paw and Kangaroo Paw Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.
Wreath Flower Prints There are 5 Wreath Flower Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.
Other Prints There are 4 Other Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.
Copyright ©Jeremy Braithwaite.  All rights reserved.
Q&A FROM BIGPRINTS - OUR CANVAS PRINTERS Q How do you print the giclee prints? A We print your picture on the latest in high resolution large format printers.  A recent breakthrough in technology has allowed us to bring you long lasting, vibrant, photo quality images that are fade resistant for over 75 years. We use archival inks that are pigment based rather than dye based. Q How long do they last? A At this stage the inks have been lab tested to around 75 years lifespan, provided they are not subjected to direct ultra violet light. So you'll get a long, long life from the prints if they are kept out of direct sunlight. Q How are they mounted? A The canvas is stretched onto high quality 40mm wood frames. Q What material do you print on? A After much research, we produce the finest giclée prints on 100% acid free medium matt cotton canvas. Q What inks do you use? A We use pigmented inks which provide not only better display permanence than the dye-based inks you get at most chain stores, but also have better water-fastness, humidity-fastness and superior resistance to gas fading (not a misprint!). Q How do you care for your canvas (clean them)? A Just treat your canvas like any fine art piece. Simply run a duster over them once a month and that should take any dust off the front and top. If you have a mark from a moth or similar you can use a soft white cloth and water only to rub very gently over the area affected. This does remove light marks that have not embedded in the canvas fabric. 
JEREMY BRAITHWAITE PHOTOGRAPHY

Galleries - Limited Edition Prints

Our Limited Edition wildflower canvas prints were exclusively displayed in my solo exhibition at The Village Kitchen, 83 Old Bells Line of Road, Kurrajong 2758 from April 23rd to May 25th.  After May 25th they will also be available on this site.  Please click on the pics to access the galleries or use the drop down menu. See the foot of this page for detailed Q&A on the canvas print process.
Copyright ©Jeremy Braithwaite.  All rights reserved.

Banksia Prints

There are 9 Banksia Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.

Everlasting Prints

There are 5 Everlasting Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.

Orchid Prints

There are 6 Orchid Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.

Paws Prints

There are 5 Cats Paw and Kangaroo Paw Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.
Wreath Flower Prints There are 5 Wreath Flower Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.
Other Prints There are 4 Other Prints in the collection. Please click on the picture above to view.
Q&A FROM BIGPRINTS - OUR CANVAS PRINTERS Q How do you print the giclee prints? A We print your picture on the latest in high resolution large format printers.  A recent breakthrough in technology has allowed us to bring you long lasting, vibrant, photo quality images that are fade resistant for over 75 years. We use archival inks that are pigment based rather than dye based. Q How long do they last? A At this stage the inks have been lab tested to around 75 years lifespan, provided they are not subjected to direct ultra violet light. So you'll get a long, long life from the prints if they are kept out of direct sunlight. Q How are they mounted? A The canvas is stretched onto high quality 40mm wood frames. Q What material do you print on? A After much research, we produce the finest giclée prints on 100% acid free medium matt cotton canvas. Q What inks do you use? A We use pigmented inks which provide not only better display permanence than the dye-based inks you get at most chain stores, but also have better water-fastness, humidity-fastness and superior resistance to gas fading (not a misprint!). Q How do you care for your canvas (clean them)? A Just treat your canvas like any fine art piece. Simply run a duster over them once a month and that should take any dust off the front and top. If you have a mark from a moth or similar you can use a soft white cloth and water only to rub very gently over the area affected. This does remove light marks that have not embedded in the canvas fabric.