Fine Art Limited Edition Photography prints
What Is That Supposed to Mean?
Let me explain. All of the images you see in my galleries are available for print. Unless they are sold out. These images are special to me and I want them to be special for you as well. That is why each is limited to 8 signed and numbered prints per size, per medium. In addition, I hold the rights to 2 artists proofs for a maximum of 10. I offer 3 standard sizes. The size refers to the longest edge of the image. Due to variations image size/resolution, conditions at the time of capture, and artistic preferences, precise dimensions vary by image. Full dimensions are listed individually for each image. If you are interested in a custom size, please inquire directly and we can make it work.
Quality printing is an art unto itself. I personally work with a local printmaker in Denver, Colorado. The time to deliver your print will vary, but you should count on two to three weeks as there could be several steps in the proofing process to ensure excellent results.
Images can be printed in a large variety of mediums. I have personally selected my two favorite options for my work: acrylic and loose prints. Both mediums can be perfectly matched to fit your personal preferences and spaces.
Acrylic prints are the most vibrant way to display my images. This ready-to-hang option provides dimension and appears to “float” from the wall. The smooth and reflective qualities of the print make the image appear almost three-dimensional. No other photographic process has the depth, vibrancy, gloss, and accuracy that an acrylic print gives you and is a favorite of high-end galleries and collectors. These require more of an up-front investment, but you need not worry about the hassle and cost of framing them. Standard pricing for acrylic prints is as follows:
Loose prints are printed on Hahnemuhle’s Photo Rag Baryta Glossy Fine Art Paper. Hahnemuhle is a German papermaker founded in 1584 that guarantees long-lasting true-to-detail prints that meet the requirements of museums and galleries (ISO 9706). Matting, mounting, and framing solutions will vary wildly depending on the colors of the room where the print will be displayed and personal preference. Therefore, I do not include those options; however, I will gladly help facilitate those services for those that want a more finished product. It is highly recommended that you frame the prints with a non-glare, UV protectant glass as soon as possible to protect the print from environmental variables. Additionally, hanging the photograph away from direct sunlight will prolong the life of the print and greatly reduce any color fading. Standard pricing for loose prints is as follows: