Original Painting on Canvas
An original work of art is an investment. Buy it because it will appreciate over time or simply because you like it. There is only 1 that exists in the world. The sides of the canvas are painted. You can frame it if you want, but you don't have to. There is no glass.
Canvas Print - Mounted
This is a high quality reproduction, printed onto canvas that is mounted on 1.5" thick stretcher bars. It will look almost exactly the same as the original, except that there will be no raised up brush strokes or texture, but there will still be the image of brush strokes and texture. The sides of the canvas will be black.
Canvas Print - Flat
This is a high quality reproduction, printed onto canvas that is flat and can be rolled up for safer and less expensive shipping. It would need to be mounted onto stretcher bars by a framing professional after it arrives at it's destination. It will look almost exactly the same as the original, except that there will be no raised up brush strokes or texture, but there will still be the image of brush strokes and texture. The sides of the canvas will be black.
Print on Card Stock
These prints onto thick card stock will need to be matted and framed. The matt keeps the print from touching the glass so that condensation doesn't ruin the print. It is the least expensive print option, but it is not always the least expensive option overall; depending on the framing costs. Check with your local framer to get an estimate.
Custom / Commission
Order a custom, "commissioned" painting. Choose the subject, the colours and the size you want to fit perfectly in your home or business.
A commission may take 1-3 months to complete, depending how busy Leilani is. If you want to order something for a specific date, please do so ahead of time. Leilani will need good references, so please provide photos that show lots of detail and are high in file size.
Intellectual Property Rights
When you buy an original painting or print, you do not buy the intellectual property rights to the painting. The buyer does not have right to reproduce the painting, only to own and appreciate it. The artist will always own the right to reproduce the painting, unless the rights were specifically negotiated and purchased. In the case of a commissioned painting, it is the same. If your commissioned piece is something personal, the artist will use discretion.