Jennifer Dana Deane



All fine art prints are made in studio using only the highest quality archival materials which have been scientifically tested to last up to three hundred years without fading. However, other variants such as dye-sublimation on aluminum are available by special order and are outsourced to professionals specializing in that process.


My print making process includes using state-of-the-art Epson inkjet printers with Epson archival pigmented ink on archival 100% cotton Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper. The result is an art piece that has a modern photographic aesthetics with a painterly appearance.


All prints are sealed with Hahnemühle Protective Spray. This fine film on the paper acts to preserve ink color brilliance, provide protection against fading, and increase resistance to fingerprints and scratches. It also contains an UV absorber for additional protection against UV light.


The front of each print is signed, titled, and numbered in pencil below the image. Additional details concerning the image are noted on the back of each print.