Risk when buying art work over the Internet.

If you have purchased any colourful products over the Internet and have not been disappointed with the actual colour of the product when it arrived, then there should be no problems purchasing our artwork.

However the buyer should be aware that there may be a very slight difference between the colour your monitor displays and the colour of the purchased product.

Picture the rows of monitors or televisions in the electronics department of any store. Even though each screen may be displaying the same images, the colours can be noticeably different when you look down the line. This doesn't happen because someone has been playing with the settings or because one monitor is of higher quality than the other. Multiple factors can affect colour display. Sometimes, the same monitors will even show different colours when hooked up to computers with different video cards!

One possible way to ensure you're getting a good match to your requirements is to ask friends or colleagues to let you check the artwork on their PC's.

Background & Textures of "Your Gallery" pieces.

The background colours' of our pieces in Gallery 1 are mainly solid fill. There are many textures that could be applied such as wood, sand, oil-slick etc. Far too many to list here or to show on any web site.

Therefore should you have any textured background requirement please describe as clearly as possible in the "Contact Us" email ensuring you also include the codes beside "Copy this blue text" at the bottom of the page.

Also please note the "No Background" option equates to SOLID WHITE.


Manufacturing tolerance on sheet thickness of clear Perspex® acrylic (Cast) is 10% plus 0.4 mm

Dimensional tolerance on maximum diameters is +/-10%. See Sizing and Pricing.

Hanging your artwork.

The artwork is light enough to sit on a drawing pin (not provided) with 5mm thick acrylic of 40cm x 40 cm weighing less than 1 kilogramme.
Other wall fixings can be used such as nail or small screw (none provided) providing the head of the fixing is less than 5mm tall.

If you choose to nail or screw, first use the drawing pin (similar in shape to image above) to precisely locate the artwork then remove and use the drawing pin mark as a guide for pinning or drilling into your wall.

Creative Process.

Artworks have either been originally created as a pencil or ink sketch then digitised, drawn using a digital artwork software package or been developed from photographs. Digitisation of sketches allows us to offer the customer, in some cases, the opportunity to modify the original artwork to suit their requirements by selecting they're own colour scheme - see "Your Gallery".

Manufacturing Process.

The printing process is flat bed printing direct to face on white or clear acrylic covered by a clear gloss vinyl heat laminated through rollers.

Happy artwork shopping

Parent site:  Abbermist.