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Do you desire to start making a profit from your artworks?
Do you need to digitally preserve your artworks?
Here at Churchill Digital Imaging we can provide all the necessary services to help you from start to finish in your artistic endeavours.
Copying Your Artwork
Churchill Imaging can provide you with all you need to finish your reproductions in order to sell them. From packaging your artworks for protection prior to selling, mattboarding to enhance their selling ability and custom framing to perfectly match your artworks. You may also have the opportunity to showcase your Artworks in our Churchill Gallery.
Pictured Artwork (from top to bottom)
Paul Rigby, Susan Sheppard, Peter Ryan
At Churchill Imaging we pride ourselves on always using top of the range materials and inks when it comes to printing. Therefore we use Archival Quality Papers and Inks to ensure the best quality for our clients and long lasting artworks. Hahnemuhle Fine Art Photo Rag is the most admired paper chosen by photographers and artists to create high quality fine art prints. The fine, smooth surface and feel of Photo Rag make this paper very versatile and it is ideal for printing both black and white and colour photographs and art reproductions with striking pictorial depth. Canvas printing is another popular choice for our artistic clients, as it provides them with a reproduction that looks almost exact to the original and once finished provides their clients with a beautiful piece ready to hang. We use quality American made acid-free, pH neutral canvas. Once printed it is sprayed with 3 coats of lacquer to enhance appearance, reduce fading and optimizes handling ability.
In order to preserve your Artwork or prepare them for reproduction we first need to take high resolution digital copies of them. Once this process is done we then colour match your artwork to match the original as close as possible. From this point onwards you decide wether you would like to make reproductions of your work onto any medium you wish or safely store your copies away on CD for any future purposes.
You may want to create a book of your artwork collection which will require High Resolution copies of your artworks.
Copying your Artworks is also important for insurance purposes.