FINE ART PRINTS
All images in the Portfolios page of this website are available for purchase as fine art prints. I have worked many years to hone my skills as a fine art print maker and to acquire the means to be able to do so in my home studio. My goal is to produce a fine art print of exhibition quality that meets or exceeds the client’s expectations in every way and that will last a lifetime and beyond.
All purchases will be custom printed to order by the artist on an Epson Stylus Pro 3880 inkjet printer using Ultrachrome K3 inks with Vivid Magenta. Depending on the client’s vision and purpose, I may elect to output on one of the following archival papers:
Epson Ultra Premium Photo Luster: This paper has the look and feel of true heavyweight photographic paper. It has a resin coating and an exceptionally bright white surface that favors high color saturation and contrast. I use this paper to render any subject that displays high color saturation.
Epson Exhibition Fiber: This paper is designed to produce the finest rendering for classic photographic exhibition. Is has a smooth-coated, exceptionally bright white surface and is ultra heavyweight (325 GSM). Black and white as well as color images are rendered with stunning visual impact.
Epson Velvet Fine Art: This paper is a very bright white, velvet-surfaced fiber paper that is ideally suited for all fine art photographic applications. Highly recommended for all black and white printing where high contrast images are the objective because of its ability to render rich blacks. Colors are also brilliantly saturated. This is my favorite paper and my choice for exhibition of most fine art photographic subjects.
Epson Enhanced Matte (also known as Archival Matte): This paper is an extremely bright white, heavyweight, matte-surface paper that yields saturated photographic images with a good contrast ratio. Excellent for a wide range of photographic images and general fine art photographic printing.
Moab Entrada Bright White Rag: This paper is a very bright white, velvet-surfaced fiber paper similar to Epson Velvet Fine Art but much heavier weight (300 GSM). I have produced some of my most beautiful renderings using this paper.
Prints made on any of these papers with the Epson Stylus Pro 3880 printer using the Ultrachrome K3 ink set with Vivid Magenta and properly displayed under glazing or stored in optimal archival conditions have been independently rated to remain stable for well over two centuries. For more information about longevity of prints produced on these papers with the Epson Stylus Pro 3880, please see http://www.wilhelm-research.com/epson/ESP3880.html).
All finished prints bear the artist’s signature as well as their number in the printing history of the image. A certificate of authenticity with print details and bearing the artist’s signature will be included with each print.
Most images on this website are displayed in aspect ratio of 2:3, whether in landscape or portrait orientation; some are in 3:4 and 4:5 aspect ratio, and a very few are in 1:1 aspect ratio. Currently available print sizes and current prices are as follows:
2:3 aspect ratio 12x18 Price: $125.00 16x24 Price: $185.00
3:4 aspect ratio 12x16 Price: $110.00 16x21 Price: $165.00
4:5 aspect ratio 12x15 Price: $100.00 16x20 Price: $160.00
1:1 aspect ratio 12x12 Price: $95.00 16x16 Price: $150.00
Dimensions are given in inches and refer to the size of the image, not the sheet. Depending on the resolution of the original digital file, some images may not be available in the larger sizes. Also, depending on subject matter, some images may be available in sizes smaller than those indicated above. All prices are in U.S. dollars.
For information on shipping and for payment instructions, please see the Purchase and Licensing page of this website. Secure credit card payments may be made on PayPal through the Purchase and Licensing page of this website.
Image Viewing Conditions Disclaimer
I use a fully color-managed workflow to edit and print my images. Preparation of images for this website is integrated into this workflow. I have no control, however, over how these images are rendered on your computer display. Depending on its settings and whether or not it has been properly calibrated, the color and tonality that you see may or may not be accurate.
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