Currently I am not selling the original paintings. To make the paintings more affordable and available to more people, I'm selling the paintings as signed and numbered limited edition Museum quality Giclee prints.
Each print is signed by me. Each print is numbered and comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
The Giclee prints match and in some cases exceed the quality of the original paintings. Each print is printed with state-of-the-art professional printers using the highest quality archival pigment inks and Museum quality archival paper and canvas. If handled correctly, the predicted longevity is over 100 years.
Giclee prints currently hang in the Metropolitan Museum and the Museum of Modern Art.
Prints come in standard sizes of 8X10, 11X14 and 13X19. Custom sizes are available on request. I sell the prints framed with acid-free, archival matboard and UV protective glass. If you need the print shipped to you, I recommend buying it unframed and having it framed at your location due to potential glass breakage.
Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Larger prints look wonderful as gallery wrapped canvas. They make a bold and beautiful statement in any room. Gallery wrapped canvas has no visible nails or staples on the sides. The stretcher bars are thick (1.5 to 2 inches). The canvas primer (white area) continues around the sides so there is no need for a frame. Spare and clean, they look great hanging on the wall with no frame, especially with these paintings. You can find more information about Gallery Wrapped Canvas here: Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Hanging Wall Scrolls
The long narrow paintings of 54 inches or longer look wonderful as hanging wall scrolls. I print the paintings on Museum quality archival canvas so they are far more durable than then the traditional scrolls. I then wrap the ends around heavy black lacquered wooden dowels. The top dowel is affixed on both ends to a black cord for hanging. This creates a wonderful traditional look that is durable enough to be displayed permanently and in various situations and locations.
On the lower right hand corner of each painting, you will notice a red seal or stamp, known as a "chop" in China. The chop contains the Chinese characters "True" and "Virtue". This is the Dharma (Buddhist) ordination name given to me by my Buddhist teacher Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Because the actual stamp does not work well on canvas and isn't permanent, I digitized it and print it along with the paintings. This not only makes it permanent, but it also allows me to adjust the size of it to fit in with the size of the final print. The artist's signature below is always signed by me with a permanent ink marking pen.
Less Expensive Alternative Prints
It is also possible to buy prints or posters of these paintings for far less than the prices I need to charge by going to the Zen Art Store. You won't get the Museum quality archival paper and inks, the signature or the Certificate of Authenticity. But the print quality is good and the prices can't be beat. You can also choose from a wide variety of sizes, papers and frames. So, if cost is your main concern, this is a good alternative for you. I haven't had any complaints yet and quite a few people have bought prints this way. These paintings tend to print very well.
I only have a few very high resolution prints available at the Zen Art Store so far. But if you have a favorite painting that's not up there, just email me and ask me to include it.