I used to have a shopping cart on the website, but these days, I much prefer to interact with each and every customer; it’s more personable, and in the end, I find that everyone is happier. If I’m not traveling, the average turn around time is 5-10 business days depending on the ordered.
I have posted some general sizes and pricing info below, but I often work with custom sizes for homes and offices. If you need a specific size, chances are I can accommodate whatever your needs may be. All prints are signed. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-425-9491 for inquiries.
Prints Canvas Wraps Metal Acrylic
12×18 $100 $150 $200 –
16×24 $140 $220 $250 $325
20×30 $220 $300 $375 $425
24×36 $260 $375 $450 $550
40×60 $400 $650 $875 $1000
All prints are signed and printed with archival K3 pigment inks, using the latest professional Epson 11880 printer. These prints provide deeper hues, more detail and generally a presence that is not possible to achieve when viewing on a monitor. Every print is created by a professional and thoroughly inspected by me. The prints shipped to you meet the highest exhibition and presentation standards.
What kind of printers do you use?
I use the Epson 11880’s and genuine Ultrachrome inks. The inks will not fade for generations. It is rated to last 100 years.
What kind of papers do you use?
While I prefer to print my fine art landscape images on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag, I also offer Traditional Papers: Linen, Glossy and Luster. In addition, I also offer Hahnemuhle papers in Bayrta, Pearl, Bamboo, Photo Rag Bright White, Photo Rag, Sugar Cane, German Etching and Torchon.
What is the largest paper size you can print?
Print are available up to 64 inches wide. If you have a certain size in mind, please feel free to e-mail me and I can get you a quote.
What is the archival life of a photo print?
All of the papers listed have been tested for archivalness and are predicted to last 85-100 years.
What type of canvas do you use?
The canvas is a high quality, water resistant poly-cotton blend. All of the canvas work is also printed with solvent based inks which resist cracking when the canvas is stretched.
Are your canvas prints archival?
Absolutely. Every aspect of the print is archival from the canvas and gesso to the ink and UV coating and are predicted to last 85-100 years