We sang in the warmth of the Waylight

High-quality, archival prints

These high-quality prints are brought to life by Imageland in Hamilton who have over 20 years experience printing and framing. They’re Ilford certified printers (which basically means they’re totally fussy).

To get the best colour richness and crisp detail, prints are inkjet printed on fine art paper (you might have heard this referred to as “giclée”). We use fade resistant, archival inks and fine art papers so that prints will stand the test of time. Each print is hand signed, then framed to protect and enhance the print, ready to hang on the wall.

Detail of the frame for the limited edition fine art prints by Ailene Cuthbertson

What appealed to me most about [Ailene’s] art was how each piece both told a story in itself and linked with other paintings and the other figures to a wider story as well.

You feel like you have a chapter, a piece of the narrative, while the story continues to unfold elsewhere.

Also, each piece has its own strong, vibrant palette and colouration – almost again like a separate chapter – so I was able to buy the individual piece that spoke to me and fit with my home and other art easily.

Gareth from Cambridge

Behind the scenes

I like Ailene’s art because it seems like every picture is alive. I feel like it’s not just a picture, it’s like a kind of unsaid story that makes me look closer and wonder about it.

I bought my favourite print and have told all my friends to look at Ailene’s art. My favourite painting is “Does the dance of the Sashiana mean anything to you?”. I loved it at first sight. I belly dance, and the artwork reminds me that there are people who share my passion for dancing.

Lena from Tauranga