All my fine art photographs are printed on a professional inkjet printer using 8-color, fade-resistant, pigment-based ink. I prefer matte paper, and use it for most prints. Occasionally I use other papers to reveal different aspects the image.
I use art papers, mats, and backings that are all conservation-quality and acid-free. Images professionally prepared this way by the artist are called giclées. If kept out of direct sunlight, they should last for a century or longer without noticible change.
Each large image is 12 inches by 18 inches, mounted in a white 18 inch by 24 inch 6-ply rag mat, backed with foam-core conservation board, and protected in a clear envelope. Each print is signed, but my signature is hidden beneath the mat.
Large prints are priced at $300 each. This includes shipping, normally via UPS.
Each small image is 6 inches by 9 inches, mounted in a white 11 inch by 14 inch 6-ply rag mat, backed with foam-core conservation board, and protected in a clear envelope. Each print is signed, and my signature is visible.
Small prints are priced at $110 each. This includes shipping, normally via US Mail.
I also offer 5"x7" greeting cards. The entire front of a card is an image; the inside of the card is blank; and the back has some brief information. Packs of five are priced at $20. This includes shipping, normally via US Mail.
I do not ship outside the United States.
Please contact me if you wish to purchase prints.
I’ve organized my images hierarchically:
In general, if you hover over an image or label and it changes in appearance, you can click on it. Click a label and you’ll go up the hierarchy. Click on an image, and you’ll go down the hierarchy.
At the bottom-most level, you’ll be viewing an enlarged image (Sorry, I’ve limited it’s size to discourage theft.). Hover over the bottom of the page, and you’ll be presented with slideshow controls. Click on the image, and you’ll be returned to the images screen.
You will see slightly different behavior and functionality if you are using a mobile device with a smaller screen.
Other slideshow options and more screens can be found via the menu at the top right corner of the screen.
I’m not exhibiting anywhere at the moment.