Watercolor art prints and paintings

Cisco, Texas
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West Texas Artist & Beekeeper

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Last updated on Jul 15, 2022


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Last updated on May 11, 2022

Frequently asked questions

Which paper should I choose, Watercolor or Smooth Matte Paper?

If you want your prints to look very similar to the original paintings, go with the watercolor paper. It has a high end look and feel and is the most popular choice among art buyers in my store.

However, if you change out your art displays regularly, the smooth matte paper is the way to go. It has a velvety smooth texture, looks very nice, and the price lets you buy more art and decor.

Either way, both types of paper do a fine job of representing the rich colors and details of the original watercolor paintings.

Gift wrapping and packaging

Though I do not gift wrap, my packaging is white and nicely done. The larger sizes also use tissue paper and ribbon in my packaging method. Packages marked as a gift do not contain an invoice or receipt.

Larger prints are shipped rolled, how do I flatten mine?

Your local framer will be accustomed to handling rolled prints. If you are framing it yourself, begin unrolling the print on a clean dry surface, placing books as you go. The print should relax enough to sandwich it between the glass/matt and the backer board in a few days.