How does All Tribes Arts work?
Representing a collection of artists around the world, All Tribes Arts does the work of promoting and selling the artists' originals and prints. When a sale comes in, the artist is imediately informed and is responsible for the packaging and shipping of the artwork. On a monthly basis, artists are paid their portion of the sales from the previous month.
How is artwork chosen for All Tribes Arts?
Pieces are selected by an international jury. The jurors make their selection based both on skill and content. We are particularly interested in artists who have a story to tell; artists who are doing good in their communities and through their work. If you are interested in submitting a portfolio, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a giclée?
A giclée (pronounced “zhee-clay”) print comes from artwork that has been digitally scanned. Considered certified fine art reproductions, they have a life-span of hundreds of years.
Giclées are created when the inkjet printers spray microscopic droplets of archival ink onto high quality, archival paper. This results in vivid colors and a very high resolution.
According to Decor Magazine (May issue, 2001), “Giclée prints are considered the ‘next best thing’ to owning original paintings.” and added, “[The] digital printing process [is] so precise, it retains hues and brushstrokes the artist intended.”
What is an LE print?
These are limited edition (LE) prints. Artworks available as limted edition prints are noted as LE. Limited edition prints are signed and numbered by the artist and come with a certificate of authenticity. LE prints are more valuable and are better investments than regular prints.
Are the pieces matted or framed?
This varies with each piece. You can find this information on the page for the individual painting, photograph, etc.
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