Limited Edition Prints

Note: Many will note that I have relocated to Melbourne in order to expand my practice. I'd like to assure those interested in my work from Aotearoa that you can continue to expect the finest quality product & service I'm known for. I look forward to your continued support in 2024.

Each limited edition print is signed, numbered and printed by me using Epson Stylus Pro 7880 w/- Ultrachrome K3 archival pigment ink. Paper stock is museum quality archival fine art paper. I choose Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm 100% cotton for its soft velvet feel and high detail contrast. Click on the image or 'Detail' button for more info. 

Woman sitting on flooded park bench with swans

Turning Tide$650 NZD

Child sitting on a sheep

Windshift$750 NZD

Rocking horse ride

Praxis$600 & $800 NZD

Bust of woman on a slab

Night Owl$750 NZD

Cowboy pulling a pistol

Showdown$730 NZD

Tattooed arm on plinth with Puriri Moth

Hope$500 NZD

Man sitting in dog chair

Lothario$730 NZD

Girl sitting within the ocean rise

Salinity$730 NZD

Limited edition print of a woman with a refuse garland.

Paradise Tossed$730 NZD

Girl with horse spanning hands

Kiki$730 NZD

Girl carrying a horse over shoulder

Bloom$730 NZD

Young wahine holding flax frond with tui

Two Tūī$730 NZD

Pic of woman with floral headdress

Wed to the Wheel$730 NZD

girl standing in lake holding eel

Spirit me gently to the sea$730 NZD

woman sailing off on a piano

Memento Mori$730 NZD

Woman playing piano accordian with albatross

Sola$550 NZD

Kid colonials having picnic on a hill in Wellington

Promise & Prayer$730 NZD

 Kids horsing about Limited Edition Print from from Liam Barr

Aurora's Figaro$730 NZD

Woman protecting her land

Amberley$730 NZD

Colonial woman rides rockinghorse

Land of little luxury$730 NZD

Print of Tane, Lord of the forest

Tane$730 NZD

Kehu watches dragonfly in Lake Brunner from Liam Barr

Kehu$730 NZD

These prints are archival quality, limited edition, fine art (giclee) reproductions of my original oil paintings and so there is no confusion, cannot be considered as original prints ie, lithographs, mezotints, screen prints or hand embellished prints. Each limited edition print is signed, numbered and produced by myself using Epson Ultrachrome K3 pigment inks and printed on an Epson Stylus Pro 7880 large format printer. The paper stock is of the highest quality archival fine art paper:- I choose Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm (.48mm thick) 100% Cotton Rag.
15 years as a graphic designer prior to picking up the brushes qualifies me to undertake this process with the same confidence and professionalism I attach to every facet of my practice.  

ARTIST PROOFS: The 'artist proofs' (AP's) are the initial set of prints I pull to gauge colour balance, dimensions, titling etc. of the main edition. The 'AP's are deemed to have a higher value and subsequently are more sought after by collectors as there are usually only a few of them. Editions are strictly limited and will not be reprinted once the edition has sold out.
Prints can be purchased by contacting me, along with any further questions via the 'enquire' email link or via where I can provide direct credit bank account details.
For those who prefer to use 'PayPal' Please contact me ( ) and I will send a 'Request Money' order. I charge 4% on top of the sale price to cover the fees.
With our recent relocation to Melbourne, unframed prints will continue to be couriered in a toughened mailing tube but now via Australia Post. Please provide a phone number along with your address for the courier). Delivery times can vary but are still tracked and insured in the unlikely event they are damaged or lost in transit.
RETURNS POLICY: I do not offer returns or refunds unless the packaged item arrives damaged. If this occurs, contact me immediately with photos of the damaged packaging and print and I will organise for it to be replaced with the same upon inspection of damaged goods. As these prints are rolled in a tube, they retain a memory and require careful handling to unfurl and relax. To avoid any mishaps, I recommend taking the tube directly to your framer to open it. Should you wish to unpack the print yourself, remove rings and bracelets first. I cannot be held responsible for any damage incurred after the print has been safely delivered.