FAQ's: Care of archival prints

These archival prints should never be displayed in direct sunlight and should be protected from environmental pollutants. I have sprayed all of them with a lacquer to offer them some protection from UV iight and some airborn pollutants but you should have them professional framed with special museum glass to filter out 97% of all UV rays and the prints themselves should never be placed directly against the glass inside the frame. 

When I frame thses images I do not use a matt to keep them away from the glass but rather use "hidden'" bumper strips or spacers inside the frame to add anywhere from an 1/8 of an inch to a 1/2 inch of air between the print and the inside of the glass.