This stunning art print features an evergreen forest in the winter, with snow gently falling through the air. It is printed on high quality giclee paper with archival grade inks for a long-lasting print. Your print will be shipped to you directly from a professional print shop with care and attention to detail. Whether you’re looking to give a wintery feel to your living room or brighten up a bedroom, this print is the perfect addition. With its vibrant colors and intricate details, Snow Filled Air is sure to be the centerpiece of any room.
*Frame is not included.
*The print will NOT have a watermark if one is shown.
*This listing is NOT for an original artwork. All prints are photocopies printed on high quality Glicee prints.
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE:
-One print (per order) of the print on high quality matte archival paper.
This is a standard size so you can pop your print into a ready made frame.
Your print is drop shipped to your home in a white envelope courtesy of an incredible print company. Once your order is submitted, I will order the print from the shop and give you a tracking number as soon as I get it.
Please note, all artwork is protected intellectual property under copyright law. This is for personal décor use only! Please do not resell, share, or distribute these images beyond personal use. Thank you.
Refunds & Exchanges:
Physical prints are not refundable but may be exchanged if properly returned.
If you have any questions, or you need a specific size, please send me a message and I will gladly work with you.
Snow Filled Air
Brellian’s art prints are printed on high quality archival matte paper. It is important to understand that the quality after purchase is highly dependent on the long term care of this product. This item was given to you in a cello bag for this reason. Be sure to store it in a sealed frame, away from heat (ultraviolet rays in sunlight can cause fading), and in a place w/ controlled humidity.
Paper has a tendency to be fragile, it can wrinkle, tear, and bend, so it needs to be handled with care. There are several environmental factors that affect a print’s longevity. Such factors include pollution, light, heat, humidity, smoke, cooking fumes, dust and air circulation.
Do not remove the print from the Cello bag provided until you are ready to frame. When handling your print make sure to touch only the edge of the paper and handle gently when placing it in/out of frames. Consider where you place your print as an important part of preservation. Do not place it in direct sunlight or near any heat/water source. Extreme temperature fluctuations cause your paper to expand and contract, causing a rippling effect on prints that are not surface mounted and protected by glazing. Use only 100% acid free mounting and matting materials.
Remember to read everything on this page to have a FULL understanding of how to protect your prints!
The list above is just provided to give you a starting point as to how to care for your prints. The following is a more in-depth explanation of how to and why you should protect them.
What to avoid:
Where you hang your print will have a major impact on its longevity. You should never hang your prints in direct sunlight, regardless of the type of protection/framing used. The colors of your print can fade due to the exposure of light. Remember, the print was printed with chemicals and chemicals change if the right environments are provided. Exposing prints to direct sunlight is one of the most frequent mistakes made by art patrons.
Much like your skin, your prints need UV protection. UV acrylic or glass frames are recommended to minimize the effects of harmful ultraviolet rays. Indoor lighting can also affect your art prints. Do not place lamps too close to art prints and keep them away from direct heat sources. Most light bulbs in your house will range from 30-60watts; so the average 40 watt bulb should be no closer than 18 inches to the print.
Humidity can cause molding and discoloration spots. Relative humidity should be between 40% and 60%.
If you use prints as decor for your bathrooms or places with water exposure, acrylic plastic glazing is recommended along with having the back of the print sealed so moisture doesn't touch the print.
Heat and Temperature:
Extreme temperature fluctuations cause expansion and contractions of paper and can cause a rippling effect on prints that are not surfaced mounted and protected by glazing.
Do not hang an art print over or near heating or heated air ducts. A permanent humidity below 40 percent will dry out the paper and make them brittle. Museums keep a constant temperature in their exhibition rooms for this purpose.
It is not generally recommended to hang art over fireplaces.
Indoor pollution can affect art prints. Pollutants such as acids in papers and furniture, carpets, paints, dust and dirt, and any other particulate materials or chemical fumes. Try to keep your art print in the cello bag if it is not framed.