Pigmented archival inks
Bright and intense pigments will not fade. The pigment inks we use are among the most archival, rated for 100-200 years.
Museum grade paper
Heavyweight cotton rag and cotton-fiber, museum-quality papers receive the image. These museum-grade papers are acid-free and extremely archival, ensuring they won’t fade over time.
Michael Gallagher is an established Contemporary artist whose work resides in the permanent collections of the nation’s prestigious art museums – Guggenheim, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Smithsonian, to name a few. With exhibits in over seventy national and international museums and galleries, his subject, style, and technology continue to be the focus of curators, collectors, and scholars.
He is an abstract painter whose painting career began in SoHo, New York. He was a founder of the Abstract Illusionism movement that originated there in the 1970s. The defining elements of this style create the illusion of depth. Using paint as an element in its own right, it illusionistically floats both in front and behind the picture plane. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_B._Gallagher