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Artist Christy King's "Common Milkweed" Print
What is the Well + Wonder Print Shop?
The Print Shop is a dedicated online shop for limited edition, high quality signed prints by a selection of our talented Well + Wonder artists. Each print found in the Print Shop starts as a high resolution image and has been carefully chosen and executed to the standard of excellence upheld by our artists and the Well + Wonder team.
What sets Well + Wonder prints apart is that each limited edition series is printed in small batches on beautiful paper. In most cases we have sold the originals, and in all cases we ensure that the depth of color and texture of the original work of art are represented as closely as possible.
You’ll find prints with beautifully deckled edges and others that may be difficult to distinguish from the original. The numbers (1/10, 2/10, etc…) at the bottom being the most obvious way to confirm it is in fact a print.
Printmaking is an art form in itself, and we are incredibly proud of the product our Well + Wonder artists have brought to the Print Shop!
Living with artful images, whether limited edition or originals, ignites a collector’s desire to bring more art into their homes. As we often say, “more is more” when it comes to art, and this definitely applies to prints and originals. We’ve seen first-hand how a print collection can evolve into a home filled with prints and original artwork over time…it is a beautiful thing!!!
The Well Collected Guide Atlanta's Purple House Gallery & Framing has become a key partner for the Print Shop, their team having overseen several projects over the past year. Malia Bolt, Owner of Purple House, shared a glimpse into their printing process…
“We start with a high resolution scanner that captures the best image of the piece. We then touch up anything that doesn’t look perfect to have the truest image possible. High end papers are very important. We choose paper that artists would use for their own artwork, such as watercolor paper or cotton. This gives the feeling of an original. Once off the printer, one or our favorite techniques is adding a deckled edge so the edges make a statement, especially when framed!” - Malia Bolt