Announcing: Award-winning Western artist James Ayers introduces new line of affordable giclée canvas prints featuring historic Native American cultures
“I have loved James Ayers’ work since I first saw him several years ago. An original painting is not in my budget—but now with these prints, I’m so happy to have two of his pieces on my wall.” ~Collector Laura Miner
ELIZABETH, Colorado—August 31, 2011—Award-winning painter James Ayers announces a new line of limited-edition fine art giclée prints to give discerning collectors a budget-friendly way to bring the majesty of historic Native American culture into their homes.
Only the most popular originals made the cut
For 11 years, James Ayers’ fans have been imploring him to sell prints of his paintings, which feature historic Native American people and culture.
Now that he has finally entered into the print arena, Ayers wanted to thrill his patient admirers by offering images derived from some of his most beloved original paintings.
“Every edition in the line was created from an original that had passionate response from collectors.” Ayers says. “You can choose from a range of subject matter from warriors to maidens to historic people and scenes.”
Exquisite art at a fraction of the cost of an original
With prices ranging from $110 to $675, giclée collectors can enjoy these images of classic American Indian culture for a fraction of the cost of the originals.
“My original paintings typically sell in the $4,000 to $34,000 range but I know that many collectors cannot afford to invest at that level,” says Ayers. “I’ve worked for over six months with one of the top printers in Los Angeles to develop a high-quality line that is reasonably priced.”
The collection features 19 different images, most with multiple sizes available.
All works are signed, numbered, and printed with archival inks on canvas and are available either unframed or ready to hang with a “gallery wrap” style finish. Every print is accompanied by an official certificate of authenticity.
Prints are available online at James Ayers’ website, www.jamesayers.com. Wholesale inquiries are also welcome.
About James Ayers
James Ayers is a 1991 graduate of the famed Rhode Island School of Design. After graduation, the artist traveled the globe to learn more about the indigenous cultures he portrays in his art.
Ayers’ work is owned by private collectors and museums across the United States, including the permanent collection of the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia.
For more information
For more information on James Ayers’ giclées, please visit www.jamesayers.com or contact Ayers at email@example.com or at 602-510-3662.