The Digital Art Directory publishes exceptional quality, archival, limited edition fine art reproductions, also known as giclée prints. All our fine art editions are made using renewable solar energy.
The DAD catalogue includes works from Australia's best and most iconic artists including Brett Whiteley, Jeffrey Smart, John Olsen, Tim Storrier, Lin Onus and Howard Arkley. Works are printed on genuine artist watercolour paper with fade resistant pigment ink - not dye-based ink. The vibrant colours will last for 130 years plus, before any noticeable fading occurs. Every fine art reproduction we make has a uniquely numbered "Certificate of Authenticity" guaranteeing it as an authorised Digital Art Directory giclee print.
Brett heads The Digital Art Directory. He has worked with the best known people in fine art and the cultural heritage arena in Australia and New Zealand for over thirty five years; preserving fine art, specialising in the presentation of it, the creation of 23 carat gold water gilding and historic frame replicas. Since 1996 Brett has been involved in digitising Australia’s cultural heritage at the very highest level. Brett has worked closely with some of Australia’s best-known artists and Estates throughout his career. In particular he worked with Brett Whiteley for sixteen years, Arthur Boyd, and to this day is still working for Jeffrey Smart, John Olsen and Tim Storrier. In both digital image archiving, publishing and fine art preservation Brett has received commissions from many of Australia’s significant art and cultural heritage institutions including The Art Gallery of New South Wales, The National Gallery of Australia, The National Library of Australia, The National Museum of Australia, The National Gallery of Victoria, The Museum of Modern Art at Heide and New south Wales and Federal Governments. In addition, Brett has also worked on major private and corporate art collections in Australia and overseas.
Before they started Digital Art Directory in 1999, Melissa worked for seventeen years with financial institutions both in Australia, England and America. She spent five and a half years working extensively with senior Government officials within Central Banks doing worldwide marketing, which included designing and implementing seminars. Before joining Digital Art Directory Melissa was employed with PricewaterhouseCoopers working directly for the Australian Chief Executive.