How to Care for Your Art

If you are buying the art as an investment and are not immediately going to frame it, we recommend storing it flat in a drawer in an archival sleeve, away from direct sun, heat and humidity. Set books or a flat weight on top of it to flatten. Your Certificate of Authenticity may be stored with your art or filed separately, but be sure to keep it in a safe place.

The most important thing in caring for your framed art is to avoid hanging it in direct sunlight.

To clean your framed art, follow these special instructions for plexiglass: Remove dust by blowing; Don't brush it away with your hand or a dry cloth. This can damage the plexiglass. If further cleaning is needed don't use a common household window cleaner or similar products that contain ammonia. These cleaners will also damage the plexiglass. Water and a soft, clean cloth should do the trick; you may also use a cleaner especially designed for acrylic surfaces, or make your own solution by mixing warm water with a small amount of mild dish detergent. Use a minimum amount of your chosen cleaning liquid on a soft cloth or sponge to wipe the plexiglass clean. Dry gently with a soft, lint-free cloth.