Artists and photographers first began using FinerWorks in 1999 however, we official coined our company name as FinerWorks in 2003. We began with making prints exclusively on canvas but soon added fine art papers. Our web technology is setup so people at all levels can order fine art prints of their work on the same papers and canvas placed in galleries, hotels and homes of collectors.
All canvas is a primed canvas specially coated to receive the inks used by our printers. The canvas has an oxford weave giving it a natural canvas texture as favored by professional photographers. The papers also have their own priming or are also treated to accept the inks we print with. Visit our canvas and fine art papers pages for more information about brands and their specs.
Yes. We run regular re-calibration cycles on our monitors and run regular cleaning and calibration cycles on our printers. This is to ensure consistent results with every print job. All machines are calibrated based on standards set by the International Color Consortium (www.color.org).