“Fine art,” “museum-quality,” and “archival quality” - these are all terms you may come across as you explore the world.
Off the Walls Studio Gallery provides our clients with the highest quality archival pigment prints using the latest Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-4100 technology. With a wide variety of research-tested, archival paper options from Premium Grade RC to Alpha Cellulose Baryta to Museum Grade Cotton Rag, we can print up to 44" wide by any length. We regularly work with artists, museums, and galleries on producing editioned works on paper.
Fine art printing is the practice of printing on museum-quality, archival papers with archival pigment inks, utilizing professional ink printers. Also known as Giclee, this type of printing is the industry standard in the art world due to its longevity and superior quality.
The paper used for fine art prints is acid-free. The acid in photographic papers causes photographs to discolor and crack over time, so using acid-free papers helps ensure your image lasts a lifetime.
We stock a variety of fine art and photographic papers at Off the Walls Studio Gallery.