New Witchblade, Top Cow/Image published cover 14.5x11 US $2,500 More details
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Natali’s original paintings take hours and hours and then many more hours to create, only because of how passionate she is. As she continues to grow, her passion and desire expland along with motivation to produce better detail and quality. As Natali’s work becomes more and more popular, these original paintings will only increase in their value, but no cash value can be put on the pure fantasy of owning an original artwork.
If there is an original painting you are interested in and it is not listed here, please contact Natali to inquire about if it is available.
Important framing facts:Use a professional framer. A professional, standard archival, quality frame shop will only use 100% cotton rag or other all natural and reversible materials in their mats and appropriate archival protective processes for framing. Framers who offer archival framing services will use linen tape, for example, to secure the work of art to the mat so it does not shift in the frame. They should never use cellophane tape or masking tape or another adhesive such as basic glue to hold down a work of art within a frame. Linen tape is reversible and can be easily removed with low heat from a blow dryer. Don’t let anyone drymount a work on paper or anything else of value to a mat when framing. A professional framer will give you the choice of ultraviolet or UV blocking glass (to protect your work of art from the sun’s harmful rays), regular glass (a simple, old fashioned, heavy but good option), or non-glare glass (a product that is pretty expensive and not always necessary). I don’t recommend putting any work of art in direct sunlight even if you have UV glass on the work. Include mats and spacers. The purpose of a spacer (and a mat is basically a type of spacer) is to provide an area of space between the work of art and the glass. You do not want any work of art to touch the glass of a frame. Condensation, dirt, dust, and tiny particles can build up and adhere to the glass in your frame. This could result in damage to the work of art. Lastly, include acid free mat board.