I can't wait until next Saturday - My Art Fair debut. I've been scrambling. I thought I had a fair number of works framed, but of course I needed twice to make a display. Then I thought people may not be interested in framed work. So I started to just mat and shrink wrap. I thought the worst years of my life were spent at Brewster Gallery in NYC as the framer, but now I'm cutting my own mats and building my own frames. So, you never know. Despite my initial reservations, this seems to be a good exercise. Yet I have one mental obstacle. Help me think this though. It concerns limited editions. On the one hand these types of shows demand limited editions if you are in the "graphics" media - yet digital imagery is new enough to wonder if an artist should limit his/her best efforts to an edition of 100 or whatever. Plus - you will see elements of my art repeating in works in years to come. The way I work is to compile a digital library of sky, textures, plants, people, writing and everything I can imagine. I combine these, and if you compare the works you will see similar elements reappear. So any comments on the idea of limited edition prints?