Limited Edition Prints and Posters

To purchase original paintings please contact the corresponding gallery listed with available works. I choose a select few of my favorite paintings to release as reproductions – as greeting cards, signed/numbered, limited edition prints and/or open edition posters and other print on demand options throughout the year.

Not all paintings will become prints or posters – the images currently on the sites linked below are the only ones available at this time. Scroll below images for more information.

Thank you for your interest in my work. ~ Duy Huynh

Limited Edition Prints & Greeting Cards

Duy Huynh limited edition print - Clear Mind Overture

Signed & numbered limited edition prints, and greeting cards, are available through my gallery, Lark & Key, located in Charlotte NC. Visit the gallery’s online shop here for limited editions and here for greeting cards – or contact the gallery.

New limited edition prints are generally introduced once a quarter. They are produced in small editions of 15, 20 or 30 each, printed on archival paper then signed and numbered. These are only available through Lark & Key (Charlotte NC). Once an edition of prints has sold out, that image will not be printed in the same format again. Unfortunately I do not take image and/or size requests. For release updates please subscribe to my email newsletter here.

Inquiries – Please contact or call 704.334.4616.

Pictured here: ‘Clear Mind Overture’ © Duy Huynh

Open Edition Posters and Prints

Duy Huynh - Metamorphosis in Blue

A few select images are available as open edition posters and other print on demand options. These images are licensed through Image Conscious, a San Francisco based wholesale art publisher, and sold through various custom framers, brick & mortar retailers, and online sites such as, and

*If you do not see the artwork image your are looking for, that means it has not been licensed for reproduction and is not available.

Contact Image Conscious for wholesale inquiries.

Pictured here: ‘Metamorphosis in Blue’ © Duy Huynh