Collecting art can be a very rewarding experience and some collectors have found that their purchases have not only given them much pleasure but have also increased in value over the years. However, unless you are very experienced, it is risky to buy art purely for investment.
Instead, buy a work of art because it moves you to happiness or because it says something about who you are. Buy art because you love it.
You can only buy brand new paintings direct from the artist via this website or contact us for more information.
An artist may publish as many or as few copies of a print (or sculpture) as they wish but when the designated number of a limited edition is sold out, it will never be reproduced again in the same format. Sarah-Jane’s editions are strictly numbered, signed and certificated.
A proof is the first copy/copies given by the printer to the artist for approval. Artist proofs may differ slightly in size or colour to the main edition.
Giclée derives from a French word meaning ‘to squirt’ and is a digital printing process in which a large printer uses light fast inks to produce a high-quality art print. This can be printed onto either paper or canvas to achieve prints of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability.
Offset lithography is a printing technique widely used around the world. The “offset” in the name refers to the fact that the ink is transferred to a separate surface before being applied to the paper. This differs from original lithography which requires an artist to etch or draw directly onto the printing plate.