Museum Quality Fine Art Reproductions
High quality reproductions are available in a variety of sizes and prices. There are three categories of reproductions available:
Museum Quality Fine Art Reproductions on Rice Paper:
Mounted to hand made wood strainers or custom canvas with detail oil and mineral applications by the artist. Each piece varies and is unique. The work is glazed and sanded repeatedly creating final surfaces between 10 to 12 layers deep that are evocative of the light interactive quality of the original oil paintings. Most of the paintings are available in this format. If the gallery does not have the work that you are ordering in stock, please allow 6 to 8 weeks for your custom piece to be completed. Editions are limited to 3 Artist Proofs and 10 in the edition.
Museum Quality Fine Art Reproductions on Canvas:
Printed with archival pigment inks, laminated, signed and numbered by the artist. Canvas museum pieces can be as large as 5’x 8′. Please inquire here if you would like to order oversize custom pieces. Editions are limited to 50 per edition.
Museum Quality Fine Art Reproductions on archival Crane Museo paper:
Printed with archival pigment inks and signed by the artist. The paper Museum prints should be matted and framed under glass. Open editions.
Deluxe Greeting Cards: available of all paintings:
8″ x 6″ Oversized art card with pigment ink printing on archival paper. Envelope and cellophane sleeve included. Unsigned.
My works can be described as contemporary symbolist paintings; modern magical realism rooted in antiquity. Archetypal figures appear through organic abstraction patterns. The physical act of painting begins with the clean white page or pristine canvas, perfection, unlimited pure divine potential… but the perfect white surface calls the black charcoal or ink markings to itself in order to experience contrast, polarity and tension, in order for there to be something to look at. Chiaroscuro is the language of visual art, form emerging from nothing, black and white gradations creating the bone, flesh and spirit of the unfolding work. Dark and light activate the visual center; the perpetual dance between shadow and light, the nuanced visual rhythm.
The artist becomes the conduit through which the creative impulse manifests. We provide a ground through which the formless may become form. Archetypes, icons of the deep collective consciousness, materialize in this fertile multidimensional ground as guides who help
humanity to remember, to envision, to actualize, to heal. Each viewer’s interpretation is unique and important, hence the term interpretive symbology that my colleagues and I have created to describe the phenomena of multiple perspectives, experiences and reactions to a single work of art. This is how the archetypes function, they change , shift, bend and adapt to the infinite now, to our current issues and scenarios, and to the viewer’s own perspective. The works are intended to empower the viewer and unearth joy … appearing for a moment as bursts of light in the ephemeral and fleeting nature of physical reality, an imprint of hope upon the eternal astral plane.
Original painting may be available, please contact the gallery for more information.
Many of Kimberly Webber’s works are available as Museum Quality Fine Art Reproductions and merchandise. Please contact the Gallery for more information or to purchase.
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