Fine Art Prints are available in the following mediums.
Fine Art Prints on Paper – Limited Edition of 25
I photograph with the end print in mind honing in on maximum detail and quality of light. Fine Art Prints are printed on either Fujicolor Crystal Archive Pearl Paper, or a 100% Cotton Rag Paper and come unframed. Every effort is taken to make sure the print is absolutely perfect, resulting in a print you will be satisfied with. This is the perfect choice if you plan on framing this yourself or at your local framer. I would be happy to recommend a framing method for the print you choose.
16×24″ Fine Art Print – $495
24×36″ Fine Art Print – $625
Museum Gallery Wraps – Limited Edition 25
An alternative to framing a print, consider a Museum Gallery Wrap. Printed directly onto museum quality smooth canvas material using high quality archival inks. The Canvas Print is then wrapped around a stretcher frame so that the photo’s edges are visible on the sides of the frame. 2½ -inch depth. Lustre Laminate is applied to each piece to protect the surface of the print and to provide UV Light protection. Delivered with black paper backing and saw-tooth hangers or without paper backing and hanging hardware attached. This hangs great without a frame but can also come with a float frame which adds to the art piece.
16×24″ Gallery Wrap – $625
24×36″ Gallery Wrap – $795
Metal Prints – Limited Edition 25
MetalPrints™ represent a new art medium for preserving photos by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. Because the image is infused into the surface and not on it, the image will take on an almost magical luminescence. I have printed on metal to use on my patio as it is weather resistant. Metal Prints are available in 2 different surfaces: High Gloss and Satin. You’ve never seen a more brilliant and impressive print! Colors are vibrant and the luminescence is breathtaking. Detail and resolution are unsurpassed. To compliment this unique printing method, ask me about ultra-modern ways to hang and display your Metal Prints. See my unboxing of my first metal print here.