Fine Art Reproduction Seminars (FREE)



Reproducing your art can be easy and profitable – let us help you make the right choices!

Miller IDS would like to invite our local artists to spend two hours with us on Saturday, April 2nd from (1 pm-3 pm – FULL), to learn helpful tips and important details that can make an impact on your artwork by making reproductions cost-effective and color accurate.

Whether you want to sell prints of your work, give prints to friends and family, or archive a quality scan before you sell your original masterpiece, Dana Burton of Miller IDS can help you navigate the decisions – and explain the relative benefits of those decisions.

  • Learn about colorspace and how RGB, sRGB, and CMYK appear differently, as well as which is the best for your quality reproductions. Also learn why the colors of your art appear different on the screen than in your original or your final print.
  • Understand the importance of digital capture; what DPI is needed for various purposes, as well as the differences between photo captures and scan captures. Archiving your original in a way to make correct color prints in the future is the name of the game – make it foolproof and avoid frustration!
  • Take a practical look at what sizes and materials really sell and may be easily framed. Make it simple for yourself, and for your current and future fan bases.

Dana Burton, former owner of D&J Blueline and now Miller IDS’ Fine Art expert has worked with artists for over a decade, ensuring their prints are of the highest quality. The list of happy customers continues to grow as Dana’s reputation continues to spread. We have proudly welcomed Dana to the Miller team and hope you will visit us on March 26th for a free two-hour class to discuss this and more.

Space is limited, so please register to hold your space and bring your questions!

Miller IDS Downtown
1000 E 7th Street
Austin, TX 78702

Saturday, March 26th: 1:00pm – 3:00 pm (FULL)
Saturday, April 2nd: 1:00pm – 3:00pm

If you have questions please call Dana directly at 512.381.5277.


Fine Art Reproduction Seminar