We have added an ongoing list of customer 'Testimonials', and have recently supplied some large size canvas prints to a few customers. At present these canvas prints would only be available for certain large compositions that can be printed close to their original sizes on either 36 inch (914 mm) or 44 inch (1118 mm) wide canvas, such as the larger thangka compositions shown in the 'Featured Art' section below.
All of the Giclee Print images displayed in the Tibetan Art, Newar Tantric Art, and John Miles Art Galleries, can each be viewed in larger-than-life formats by clicking on the red 'View Details' tab that appears under each brief description. This brings up a larger image with the sizes and prices of Giclee prints available, along with a written description of the painting.
Below this larger image is a red 'click to enlarge++' tab, which opens up the website's Zoomify function, with a sliding scale and triangular pointer that when moved from the minus box (-) to the plus (+) box will magnify the image to a much larger-than-life size. Next to this are four boxes with arrows that enable the viewer to scan all areas of this high-resolution image, with a fifth box that when returns the zoom-function to the image's original size.
Sales of our Giclee Prints keep increasing, especially those in A4, A3 and A3+ sizes. These are the print sizes I now make myself, after having often spent considerable time digitally improving each image file. The smaller A4 and A4 Mounted sizes work well for single deity compositions, and the two A3 sizes for more complex images, with the MEDIUM and LARGE size prints being better for the most complex deity compositions, such as Mandalas, Refuge Trees, Lineage thangkas, etc.
These MEDIUM and LARGE prints are made on heavy fine-art paper by my friend Peter in Cambridge UK, which he posts on for me in strong six-inch wide tubes; while I make the A3 and A3+ size prints on medium weight fine-art paper and post them in four-inch wide tubes, which have less expensive postal charges. The A4 prints are sent out in strong flat envelopes, and the A4 Mounted prints in large reinforced padded envelopes.
With every order that I myself send out, be it Giclee prints, screen and digital prints, posters or postcards, I always try to add to add a few extra free posters, postcards or screen prints. And I also welcome more substantial orders from Buddhist related centres or shops, with discounts given. Recently added is a new section of 'Testimonials', and having recently had my 'Blog" section reactivated again by my webmaster, I intend soon to add a Blog on 'Frequently asked Questions', so that I can refer customer enquiries directly to the Blog page rather than frequently having to answer such questions myself, which often takes up much of my time. My thanks to everyone for your custom and compliments - Robert Beer.
All the images displayed in the Tibetan Art, Newar Tantric Art, and John Miles Art Galleries, can be individually viewed in larger-than-life formats by first clicking on the red 'View Details' tab that appears under each brief three- or four-line description. This brings up a larger image with the sizes and prices of Giclee prints available, along with a written description of the painting.
Below this image is a red 'click to enlarge++' tab, which when clicked opens up the Zoomify function of the website, with a Z in the bottom left corner and a sliding scale with a triangular pointer that when moved from the minus box (-) to the plus (+) box will magnify the image to a much larger-than-life size. Next to this are four boxes with arrows that enable the viewer to scan every area of this extremely high-resolution image, with a fifth box that when clicked will return the zoom-function to the images original size.
The Website has now been upgraded to make it compatible with Mobile Phone and Tablet users. We have also now made the website customer-secure by installing an SSL Certificate (padlock image) to secure credit card transactions, data transfer, and login details. At present I am also in the process of adding options for certain Large Giclee Prints on fine-art Canvas in A1 sizes, printed on 36 inch wide (914 mm), which will be available from 28th May 2019. Essentially these are for customers who have the ability or resource to mount their canvas print in brocade as a thangka, or to have it professionally mounted on a rectangular wooden-stretcher frame, although I myself am not able to advise on, or facilitate, either of these mounting options.