FINE ART PRINTS (also available on aluminum)
The archival quality of my prints is very important to me, as I trust it is to the people who buy them. Using only the finest materials, I personally mat, frame, and glaze each print to ensure it lasts a lifetime.
Images are printed on archival photographic paper (e.g., Fuji Crystal Archive) which produces vivid colors, brilliant whites, and lifelike detail with superb archival qualities. Black and white images may be printed on professional Ilford silver gelatin paper processed with traditional black and white photo chemistry to produce a continuous neutral tone print without unwanted color cast.
Museum Quality Matting
Paper matting naturally contains acids that can be harmful to a work of art, which is why I only use museum quality, 100% cotton, acid-free, mat board. Prints are mounted on a 100% acid-free foam core mounting board to further enhance the archival quality of the print.
UV light rays can cause irreversible damage to a work of art. To protect your investment, I use conservation glass which provides up to 99% UV protection, the maximum level of protection available.
Framed prints include a black frame made from high-quality aluminum molding for maximum durability and long-lasting beauty. The frame edge is thin enough to fade into the background, giving the image all the attention.