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Featured Artist Collection

The Mother of American Modernism

November 15, 1887 to March 6, 1986

Georgia O'Keeffe
Georgia O'Keeffe

Perhaps no other artist deserves the title of American Artist more than Georgia O’Keeffe.

Unlike many of her contemporaries, O’Keeffe wasn’t inspired by French or Italian artists. She didn’t make the typical artist’s pilgrimage to the great cities of European art until later in life. She steadfastly separated herself from international art trends of her time, including Cubism. Instead, she was inspired by the natural and human-built beauty of North America. She was inspired by flowers, lakes, deserts, big skies, sky-scrapers, and canyons. Her art is internationally-acclaimed, but in many ways, she was the quintessential American artist.

MOST POPULAR Georgia O'Keeffe Paintings

Red Poppy

White Trumpet Flower

Yellow Jonquils #3

Waterfall, No 1 Lao Valley, Maui

A Celebration

Hibiscus with Plumeria


Apple Family 3
Horizontal Horse’s or Mule’s Skull with Feather
D.H. Lawrence Pine Tree
Ranchos Church, No. II, NM
Canyon Country
Music, Pink and Blue No. 2
Slightly Open Clam Shell
White Iris
Pelvis with the Moon – New Mexico
Pink Tulip
Jack-in-the-Pulpit No. 3

Our Process


The artwork has been scanned at the highest resolution possible by the museum and the digital file is sent to us for color optimization.


We only use the finest paper. It’s 100% acid-free cotton fine art paper.


We only use the highest quality pigmented, non-toxic, environmentally friendly ink with a color permanence rating of at least 200 years. In fact our black and white inks are rated at 400 years.


We are an EPSON partner. One of the partners, Mac Holbert, is an EPSON fellow and featured around the world as a master of his craft. Our large format printers are the best made and we are always upgrading and replacing to ensure we get the finest reproductions possible.


We use the highest quality wood in our modern shop to create custom frames. We frame your print with precision-cut acid-free mat board, and mount it behind a UV-blocking semi-gloss plexiglass to protect your art from the sun, dust, pollution, heat, and humidity. Then we add finishing touches like wall hanging mount, wall friendly bumpers, and a protective backing.

We work with the most respected museums in the world.

Museum Approved

We work with the most respected museums in the world. They inspect our print masters to ensure those masters match the art that is actually hanging in their museums. Many of them sell our fine art reproductions in their gift shops.

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We Gladly Pay Royalties,
On Time, Every Time

A significant portion of the prints we sell goes to the museum and artists' estate. We pride ourselves on this fact. One of our primary business goals is to grow the amount we pay every year. We want to be the best business partner to museums and contribute to their bottom line.

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Other Reasons People Like Us

We are a small company

We are a small but mighty company. We take immense pride in our people and the passion and skills they have and we also take pride in how we take care of our employees.

As you can see we care deeply about the quality of our work, the relationship with our museum partners, the environment, our community, our employees and our customers.

We want you to see, first hand, the quality of our work and let us know what you think.

Environmentally Friendly

Our inks are Non-Toxic. We recycle all paper waste. We minimize our carbon footprint in every way we can and we strive to be better stewards of the environment every day.

Handmade in the USA

Our craftspeople have decades of experience in everything we do. We are very proud of creating and growing a company in our small town in southern Oregon, Ashland.

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