Great Email from one of our Fine Art Reproduction Customers

Howdy folks:

I wanted to pass along this email from one of our new fine art reproduction customers, with her permission:

Hello Jim:

I just received the 8×10 proof “Lakeside Chapel.”  I cannot tell you how very pleased I am, except to say I am overjoyed with the job you guys did!  This is the quality of work I have been looking for for the past 6 months to no avail.

I am so happy I found your website.  Thank you so very much.

We scanned her original 20×24 oil painting using our BetterLight Super 8k system, color-matched it to near perfection, and printed / sealed  a proof to canvas media for her.  Now we’re in the process of printing several full-size and smaller prints of the work, and she’s getting ready to send us additional (larger) paintings.  Pictures soon!

– Jim and the team at Creekside Digital

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