Cape Cod Life Publications’ exclusive collection of limited edition prints by renowned artist Julia O’Malley-Keyes are created using the finest pigmented inks, and the highest quality canvas or fine art paper available.
Our collection of fine art paper prints is created on 300g Hahnemühle paper. Hahnemühle paper has been creating fine papers for many of the world’s most renowned artists for over 400 years and is considered the gold standard of fine art papers.
Our canvas print collection is created using only the highest quality printable canvas and pigmented inks available, using the Giclée process. Canvas fine art prints look most like the original oil painting as there is no necessity for glass as there is with fine art paper prints. The Giclée printing process is the benchmark for fine art galleries and museums.
Our canvas and fine art paper prints will arrive with a Certificate of Authenticity assuring you that your print is an authentic Julia O’Malley-Keyes fine art print. Each print in our exclusive collection is created one at a time, especially for you.
Why is your fine art print shipped unframed?
We understand that all of us have individual tastes in fine art, and that includes framing choices. Our exclusive fine art canvas prints are available in either a gallery wrap that may be presented without a frame for a more contemporary look or a museum wrap that looks best in a frame of your choice. Paper prints include an appropriate border around the full image to allow for mat and frame choices. Both canvas and paper prints are shipped with the utmost care in custom-created packaging to ensure that your new piece of art arrives in pristine condition. Please consider sending us a photo of your new art in your home, we would love to see it!
Our return policy
We want you to be as delighted with your fine art print as much as we believe you will. We would never expect you to accept a product that was defective or damaged in shipment. Please make your selection carefully and thoughtfully since our return policy extends to items that have been produced with defects or have been damaged during the shipping process. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you receive your fine art print if you find it is defective in any way and we will issue a return authorization code for any defective product. We will also issue shipping information to return your merchandise for expedited re-issue.
The Opera House Cup was born one hot, summer night in July 1973; the place was the Opera House Restaurant, a fine-dining and drinks club on Nantucket Island. Owner Gwen Gaillard and manager Chick Walsh were sitting at a table on the patio watching the diners finish up as the Ship's Inn crew and other locals began to trickle in. The drinks flowed and discussion eventually came around to the sailors' main complaint; no one held a regatta for classic single-hulled wooden sailboats. "I'll provide the food, drinks, and winner's cup," Gwen said. "You guys go out and get the boats." That night the Opera House Cup Regatta was born.