When positioning and hanging artworks, the first important thing you need to take into consideration is the size of your painting. Wall art with the right size and dimensions can anchor your room. A rule of thumb is the wall art should take up 60% to 75% of the available wall space.
The main difference between a standard print and a giclee print is that giclee prints are made using only the best and most expensive materials and inks. The papers, canvases and inks used in the giclee process have a very long lifespan and as such, they are called ‘fully archival’ and can last anywhere from 100 to 200 years without any significant deterioration, fading or yellowing.
As an artist, I get this question very often, where should I buy a canvas painting? How should I place the artwork on the wall? How to style abstract art on the wall with the rest of the home décor and so on. Honestly, nothing can be worse than placing artworks haphazardly!