Frequently Asked Questions

The shop window for Champaign Publishing’s books, limited editions and greetings cards is this website. Gordon’s regular exhibitions sometimes include a small number of limited editions as well as a book to accompany the works of art.
Gordon holds regular exhibitions of his work in galleries in London and the south of England. If you would like to receive information about his exhibition programme please send us an email with your contact details and we will add you to his mailing list. We also publish details of his forthcoming exhibitions in the news section of this website.
He does and has created several paintings in response to a specific request or briefing. Please contact him via the Champaign Publishing contact email address.
Publications – please allow 21 days for delivery Limited edition prints – please allow 21 days for delivery Greetings cards – please allow 21 days for delivery We will do our best to meet any special delivery requirements but we cannot guarantee a delivery sooner than our stated times.
A limited edition print is special because only the stated number of copies are produced from the original painting. Each print is numbered and signed by the artist. Once the edition number has been reached, no other copies in the same format will be produced.
Derived from the French word meaning spray of inks, this print process uses light-fast inks to create an extremely accurate and high quality print. Thus it is possible to own a copy of an original painting at a fraction of the cost but of a quality that retains all the details of the original. This print process also allows for the work to be printed on a variety of art paper.
Our limited edition prints will be posted flat packed by the Royal Mail.
Each print has a certificate of authenticity from the publisher to include the edition number and has been signed by the artist.
We would certainly recommend you avoid hanging the print on a wall that has direct sunlight for long periods of the day. Over a long period of time the sunlight may affect the colour quality of the work. The anti-fade inks used in giclée printing help to minimise the risk of fading. Art should also not be hung directly above a radiator or open fire.