Using the most advanced medium format digital camera system in the world, these images have been captured in ultra-high resolution with stunning levels of detail. We use the very latest in print technology and the finest available archival grade papers to produce a stunning final product that is hand signed and inspected by the artist prior to delivery to you.
Hahnemuhle Papers for Fine Art portrait prints
Using the latest technology to produce extra powerful details with nuanced color differences, the Pigment prints using Epson Sure Color P2000 on authentic Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta paper, glossy surface and classic baryta texture brings out the details of my high resolution images. All prints are delivered framed and ready to hang with a wood strainer and cleat French hanging system. Protective Optium plexiglass is included in the price. Maximum printing size is 60 inches wide. Please contact us for additional framing suggestions or additional sizing options.
Gallery C-Prints Under Acrylic Glass on Silver Halide professional Archival photo paper backed with aluminum dibond
The Chromogenic process produces vibrant representation of color and offers significantly better resolution with sharper definition of the image's finer details. Printed on Fujiflex Crystal Archival paper, the acrylic print comes ready to hang with a wood strainer and cleat French hanging system. The artist recommends adding a black maple 1/2" face x 2" deep floating frame with a 1/4" gap to the images to create a finished and modern look. There is a one-click option to do so. Maximum printing size is 50 inches wide.
Gallery C-Prints Backed with Acrylic Glass on Silver Halide professional Archival photo paper with custom framing
This Chromogenic print on Fujiflex Crystal Archival paper comes backed with acrylic glass to ensure that the print lays perfectly flat within its custom frame. This allows for a more traditional framing option while maintaining the vibrancy of the image. Prints come framed and ready to hang with a wood strainer and cleat French hanging system. Please see product specs for details. Protective Optium plexiglass is included in the price.
Black and White Prints
Ilford B/W paper produces high contrast images that shine on glossy photo paper. Black and white images come as either framed silver gelatin prints on Ilford B/W paper (Optium Plexiglass is included in pricing) ready to hang or as gallery c- prints under acrylic glass backed with aluminum dibond. The acrylic print comes ready to hang with a wood strainer and cleat French hanging system. The artist recommends that acrylics be finished with a black oak 1/2" face x 2" deep floating frame with a 1/4" gap to create a finished, modern look.
Platinum Palladium Prints
Each print is hand coated and printed on Arches Platine 100% cotton archival paper by Master Printer, Martin Axon.
Subtle tones, velvet blacks and glowing whites are the hallmark of this age-old process. The metals used, Platinum and Palladium are called “Noble Metals” and are inert, lasting forever. They sit on the surface of the paper, attaching to its fibers. This technique creates the most permanent images on paper possible. These prints come framed and ready to hang with a wood strainer and cleat French hanging system. Optium Plexiglass is included in the price. Please see product specifications for details.
Dye Transfer Prints
This continuous-tone color printing process is labor intensive, uses rare materials and is not widely practiced. The resulting prints are unique, hand-crafted, and unsurpassed in quality with color intensity and DMAX values best-in-class. To learn more about this process, please click here. Printed by Dye Transfer Specialist, James Browning at Digital Mask, these prints are expected to last up to 400 years if stored properly. These prints come mounted, framed and ready to hang. Optium glazing with reflection control and UV blocking is included in the price.
To keep your art looking like new, please do not hang it in direct sunlight or above a radiator in order to prevent fading or heat damage. Use a soft, dry, lint-free cloth to dust, and never use glass cleaning products to clean your photo print, acrylic, glassed or museum-glassed artwork. Be careful not to put pressure on the surface when wiping. Be careful not to put pressure on the surface when wiping.