One of the drawbacks to printing reproductions on paper (as opposed to canvas) is that you can lose some of the color brightness - and my work screams for its' POP! Although canvas is always the best way to go (because it allows me to add highlights and texture), it's a good idea to offer a 'paper option.' So, I now offer my work on canvas AND paper - bamboo paper, that is.
Here's a shot of a recent print of "Round 2" on mounted bamboo paper. Notice that this type of paper doesn't diminish the bright colors at all. Sweet! In the foreground you'll see that all of my artwork comes with a certificate of authenticity (CoA) along with the associated abstract.
Another good thing about printing art on bamboo paper is that you can mount it, frame it and put that baby under glass. Looks awesome! In this shot, you see another mounted print of "Round 2" on bamboo paper. This time, it's been nicely framed by my official framer: Museum Quality Framing in Camarillo.
To see and read more of my art work or to contact me, please visit my website at www.chucktrunks.com.