FAQs

Painterly fine art photography is an effect created in post-production to give a photograph a painterly characteristic like painting styles from the Great impressionists. This technique of fine art photography delivers maximum impact by depicting emotion in a distinctive and very vivid style. To create painterly fine art photography, the artist needs to be skilled at both fine art and photography.

Paintography is an art form that combines digital photography with digital painting. Contrary to some erroneous beliefs, it involves much more than simply editing a photograph. It actually includes digitally painting segments of photographs into a work of art. Paintography is created with computer technology and printed on to fine art paper or canvas using archival pigment ink also known as a Giclee print.

Open edition prints are art prints that are endlessly produced using lighter-weight art paper and non-archival inks. An example would be a postcard or a poster print. An open edition print is normally priced lower than limited-edition prints and may not be inspected, signed and authenticated by the artist. Open edition prints are not considered collectible items.

Limited-edition art prints are limited-edition production runs of an original artwork produced by an artist. Limited edition prints are made with high quality, archival paper or canvas and archival inks. Limited editions are made in a predetermined edition size set by the artist. Limited-edition batch sizes are typically 300 or fewer but may have a print run of 1,000 copies. These prints are usually inspected, signed and authenticated by the artist. Limited-edition prints are considered collectible items and the fewer the print runs in an edition the more valuable the print becomes.

Giclee prints is a printing technique that uses high quality, archival pigment inks for fine art and photography art reproduction prints. The ink and prints are guaranteed to last a lifetime or longer retaining the same color quality as the initial print if cared for properly.

We only offer artwork by Stacey D. Moore. The prints are sold through our parent company Jamila Mubdia, L.L.C. to keep track of the number, quality and authenticity of each print we ship out from our studio. 

  1. Please call 832-699-1170 between the hours of (10:00 AM – 6:00 PM CST Monday through Saturday) or email [email protected] within 30 days of your merchandise delivery date.
  2. Take photos of the defective print and the packaging and email the photographs to [email protected]
  3. After reviewing the photographs, Jamila Mubdia, L.L.C. will ship a replacement print for your defective purchase.

** Shipping times and shipping rates may depend on the location of the shipment address and the size of the item(s) being shipped. All items purchased through the Jamila Mubdia, L.L.C. are manufactured by an affiliate or pursuant to an agreement with a third-party vendor and shipped to the customer pursuant to arrangements with various shipping carriers for final delivery. This means risk of loss and title for all items purchased pass to you upon the manufacturer’s delivery of the product(s) to the carrier.

** We do not offer expedited shipping options (sorry, no exceptions)

You can estimate your art’s arrival by adding the processing and transit times. Please allow 3-4 weeks for the delivery for Limited-Edition Prints.

You can quickly check the status of a current order with your order number and email address. As soon as your art ships, we’ll send you a confirmation email that includes a tracking number.

Shipping fees vary based on the quantity and type of art you’ve ordered and will be determined at checkout.

Jamila Mubdia, L.L.C. guarantees your satisfaction and we will give you a refund or a replacement for purchased items you are not satisfied with. In the remote event that your package is lost or damaged upon arrival, please contact our Customer Support Team at 832-699-1170 or by email at [email protected]