Dawn Wall Art

Created by Rochelle Salava

Sale price$2,660.00

Limited edition of: 100 + 2 artist proofs

Artist proofs are sold first.

In stock
Print Size: 60 x 40 cm | 24 x 16"

Matboard size: 40 x 30 cm | 16 x 12"

FRAME

Note: Prints are inserted into a white archival mat which increases the overall wall art size. Sizes are aproximate. Refer to sizing chart for exact measurements.

The darkest hour is just before dawn. 

Location: Cathedral Rocks, 36 Cliff Dr, Kiama Downs NSW 2533

Custom framed. Conservation style. Acid free.

Wall art prints

Superior print quality. Expertly framed. Ready to hang.

Mat

  • 100% archival certified white matboard
  • museum/gallery quality
  • 1/4" thickness

Frame

Available in

  • white
  • black or
  • Scandinavian oak

Tru Vue Optium Museum Acrylic®

Acrylic trusted by world’s most renowned museums.

A certificate of authenticity with every artwork

The certificate of authenticity is mandatory to establish that an artwork is authentic and has been made by the artist who sells it.

You will find our hand-signed certificate on the back of your wall art.

Custom framed fine art print & archival mat

Print

  • HD fine art print - the highest quality with an ultra matte museum finishing
  • HD technology used for prints features a print longevity certified by the Standard of Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) at 300 years without any visible decaying.
  • ECO-friendly printing - no hazardous chemicals used

Mat

  • 100% archival certified white mat
  • museum/gallery quality
  • 1/4" thickness

Frame

  • Anti-Reflective
  • Tru Vue Optium Museum Acrylic®
  • 99% UV-resistant
  • abrasion resistant, anti-static and shatter resistant
  • acid-free foam core backing with a stainless steel hanging system
  • Available in white, black or raw Scandinavian oak or custom on request

Artwork authenticity

Our limited-edition fine art prints are hand-signed and numbered.

Original artwork.

Artwork authenticity

Each artwork is hand-signed by the artist and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

How to hang your wall art

The best for wall art

We protect our artwork with Tru Vue Optium Museum Acrylic® same as the world’s most renowned museums. This Acrylic is trusted for many reasons:

  • 99% UV Protection
  • Abrasion Resistance
  • Anti-Reflective
  • Anti-Static
  • Shatter Resistance & Safety
  • Cleans like glass – easy to clean with common household glass cleaners. No special acrylic cleaners needed.

Certification

  • Conservation Grade Protection
  • ISO 18902 Photo Safe
  • Safe for Friable Materials


Light difference between museum and home

Museum light

In a museum gallery, light levels will be 50 lux to 100 lux. At a 90-degree viewing angle, less than 1.5% of light will be reflected with Optium, meaning .5 lux - 1 lux will be reflected. (This is the scenario where the glazing is completely invisible.) At an off angle, up to 4 lux might be reflected. 


An indoor space with windows will have a light level between 1000 and 5000 lux. With Optium, the reflection level will measure between 10 lux and 50 lux when standing directly in front of the picture. At an off-angle, the amount of reflected light could be between 40 lux and 200 lux. 

 

Home light

In general, lighting levels in a home are between 150-1000 lux. In this scenario, the reflection level of Optium will measure between 1.5 lux – 10 lux, and at an off angle, between 6 lux and 40 lux could be reflected. The amount of reflection, however, is significantly lower than the reflection of regular uncoated glass or acrylic.


Angle of the light & glare

 

Ideally, lighting should be angled at 30 degrees to reduce glare. By changing the angle of the light, you can change the angle of reflection and solve the problem with glare. 

 

 If the angle of the light source can’t be changed and the artwork can’t be moved, a modest amount of lean can be helpful in providing the best viewing experience. 

 

Positioning artworks directly opposite windows allowing in natural sunlight should be avoided from a conservation perspective, no matter what glazing is on it. If the artwork is hung opposite a window, a sheer shade or screen on the window can make a difference in the amount of visible reflection.