The monthly print is still a thing, the March print is “l Couldn’t Possibly…”

The monthly print is still a thing, well why wouldn’t it be? okay, I admit it did take someone reminding me that I hadn’t posted about the March print release here. Here comes the March print release…

The plan for 2022, following on from the rather successful print releases of Autumn last year, is for a limited edition print release once a month throughout this new year. Always a limited edition of 25, signed and numbered, always priced at £35.00 direct from me via the Cultivate online shop. The March release is a print version of a new painting. “l Couldn’t Possibly…”

“l Couldn’t Possibly…” has been evolving over the last could of months, there are always a number of paintings on the go here in the studio. Details of the print underneath the image..

“l Couldn’t Possibly…”

The print version of “l Couldn’t Possibly…” is a limited signed/numbered edition of 25. a Giclée print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Bamboo. Size is 25x38cm (10 x 15in). “Bamboo is the world’s first digital fine art inkjet paper made from bamboo fibres. Especially suitable for warm-toned colour and monochrome prints, Bamboo really highlights the sensuality of images. 290 gsm, 90% bamboo fibre, 10% cotton, natural white, matt finish”

More details of the monthly prints

I must say I’ve been really pleased with the quality of the prints, I bought a print of someone else’s painting a few weeks ago, have to sat the quailty of the print was awful, tried to get him to use the same company I do, he wouldn’t have it, shame really, his painting was wonderful, the print was awful.

The orginal painting, “l Couldn’t Possibly…” was painted at the start of March, the original painting is acrylic on canvas, 40x30x1cm and yes it was painted as the horrors of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine havebeen unfolding, the blue and yellow stars are not an accident .

“l Couldn’t Possibly…” acrylic on canvas, 40x30x1cm