Q: What papers do you print on?
A: I currently use a range of Red River papers. They are a small paper company based out of Dallas, TX.
For all photograph art prints I use their Palo Duro Baryta, which is between matte and glossy. It has a similar look to that of a fiber based darkroom print. This paper is a museum grade archival warm/neutral white with no OBAs which means that your print will last beyond your lifetime and will not yellow.
For all watercolor reproduction art prints I use their Palo Duro Etching Paper which is matte and has a texture similar to that of cold press watercolor paper. This paper is a museum grade archival warm/neutral white with no OBAs, which means that your print will last beyond your lifetime and will not yellow.
For all cards and graphic prints I use a variety of archival papers. Not all are museum grade, but all are acid free and archival. Look for detailed notes within the individual listing!
Q: Do you have framing recommendations?
A: I personally recommend framing with a mat, which it why I've made all my prints in sizes that are easy to find ready made mats for and why I default to adding an extra margin of paper for free for easier matting.
Denver artist Noelle Phares has an EXCELLENT framing guide. Our preferences and sizing are very similar (but she has wider margins on her prints, so just be aware).