The Fine Print
When do we post?
We post twice a week.
Do we ship overseas?
Yes we do. Prices are calculated at checkout. Please allow 2 weeks for printing then another 3 weeks for delivery. Delivery times will vary depending on where in the world you reside.
All prints are shipped overseas unframed/unstretched
How much is postage?
Free for ALL Australian Orders
For the rest of the world shipping is calculated on checkout.
Colours may vary
Please note that the colours of the final print may differ slightly from the colours you are seeing on your monitor. Each monitor displays colour slightly differently and we can not guarantee that what you are seeing is a true representation of the final product.
A note on postage
All my prints are packed with care and love and are delivered to the local post office in excellent condition. Unfortunately from this point we have no control over what happens to your prints. While we have all faith in Australia Post, there are times when packages can arrive a little worse for wear. While we do apologise that you have taken the time to order a print, and it has not arrived in the state we sent it in, no refunds or replacements will be offered in the odd chance this does occur.
Mychelle Mahar copyright
All artwork is subject to copyright, and remains the intellectual and creative property of Mychelle Mahar. It may not be distributed, printed or copied (for personal or corporate use) without permission.
Fine Art Giclee Prints
Each of Mychelle’s arty works are photographed with precision and accuracy. They are then individually printed in Western Australia by hand onto Entrada paper 290gsm and safely packaged in a protective postage tube. Entrada is an award-winning art paper made of 100% cottonIt is an archival- acid and lignin free- paper that is made in the USAMoab Entrada has a unique blend of slight but unobtrusive velvety like texture enhancing the works tiny details. The ‘Natural’ version we use is OBA (Optical Brightening Agents) freeThe archival properties of Mychelle’s Fine Art Prints are in excess of 200 years when framed under glass in typical indoor conditions and not in direct sunlight.