*Some editions of the images displayed on this site are sold out. In very rare cases, there may be an artist's proof available which will simply contain the artist's initials. No more than six artist's proofs are available of any one image in compliance with state law.

Some of the images on this site are available as hand-crafted, artisanal, canvas prints and are available in any size. All print series are limited editions. All prints are made in North America, under the personal direction and supervision of the artist.

Scott's fine art images are guaranteed for the lifetime of the original purchaser and are printed directly onto museum quality canvas using high quality Giclée printers. We will laminate your canvas print by hand, using the industry’s highest quality laminates and every one of our canvas prints is coated with a protective, scratch-resistant UV laminate, so you don’t have to worry about damage or fading. After each print is approved, it is then numbered and signed.

​All work is done by hand (no machine prints) using only archival-certified and OBA free canvas. We print on a 20.5mil bright white, consistent poly-cotton blend matte canvas with an acid-free, neutral pH coating without any additives or agents. 

​All canvas prints arrive framed and ready-to-hang right out of the box. We use extra-strength gallery-style hanging wire and protective rubber bumpers. We don’t paper over the back of the canvas since that can cause moisture buildup.

All prints include a folio featuring a hand-signed thank-you note from the artist, a certificate of authenticity, an artist statement, a limited lifetime guarantee, care instructions, display suggestions, and a pair of white, lint-free, gloves for safe print handling. 

Please email scott@scottbourne.com to find out if your favorite images are available. Prices start at $600 per signed and numbered canvas. Prices are primarily governed by scarcity and shipping costs. Size is a very minor component in pricing other than how it impacts shipping. Very large prints may incur significant shipping costs since they must be sent via motor freight.
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