Corpus Operis (Body of Work) – Fine art print 30×40
“Corpus Operis” (Body of Work) is an artistic take on the various faces we wear not just for society, but for ourselves – especially nowadays where we find ourselves stretched thin between ideologies and realities. It highlights the internal divide we suffer from when we are left to our own demise and the “what now”. This piece is inspired by and pays homage to the master painters of the late Italian Renaissance by its use of Chiaroscuro and rich color tones. Alice‘s long, expressive, and slender physic was perfect for executing this concept.
- Please allow 3-4 business days after payment to process and produce prints.
- All prints are mounted on styrene to ensure their quality and longevity.
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Photographs are made using various high-end techniques, and are available as Limited edition prints. Their acid-free base is designed for extended durability and print stability to preserve fine art photos.
How to care for your print:
The environment the your print lives in plays a major role in the protection of your work of art.
- Handling – Natural skin oils or other contaminants can easily transfer to the print. As a preventative measure, we recommend washing your hands before touching a photograph. If possible wear clean, white cotton gloves that are lint free and designed for handling the art.
- Light – keep out of direct sunlight (especially south-facing light) and high-intensity artificial light. If you decide to frame your print, look into using UV protection glass/plexiglass. If not exposed to extreme light, prints will not become excessively faded or yellowed.
- Temperature – keep prints in a cool environment, preferably within the range of 60°-72° F (16°-22°C). Don’t hang fine art prints near areas that get too hot or cold, like fireplaces, radiators, or air-conditioners. Warm or moist conditions accelerate deterioration and encourage mold growth and insect activity.
- Humidity – maintain a relative humidity between 35 and 55%; if humidity is too high the print can be damaged by mold or insects, but if it’s too low the paper can become brittle. Avoid hanging your fine art print somewhere that is very humid, like a steamy bathroom or next to a humidifier.
- Framing – When framing your fine art print, use a good quality glass specifically designed for protecting fine art and photographic images. We also recommend using an acid-free archival mat to prevent the print and glass from touching.
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