Redwood National Park, California
A small fern grows in the partially hollowed out trunk of a mature Coastal Redwood. The splits in the trunk are oriented in a way that the fern gets 6 minutes of direct sunlight at this time of year. As sunlight streams in to the tree it sets the inside of the trunk and the fern aglow. 1282
A fine art genuine silver-halide chromogenic print made using a top of the line LightJet photographic printer on Fuji Crystal Archive paper. This is the highest quality printing process on the highest quality paper available. Depending on the size your print will come either flat or rolled in a tube ready for traditional matting and framing. Individual prints can be made in any size up to 48” x 120.” The default finish is luster.
A fine art photograph printed on to high quality LexJet canvas using a Canon printer and Lucia pigmented inks. This archival-quality canvas will come rolled in a tube, ready to be stretched by your local frame shop. This method saves you money on shipping a large finished piece of art. Maximum width is 53.” We use black edges for a 1.5” depth as our default but can discuss other options.
Gallery Wrapped Canvas:
The same archival quality LexJet canvas and Canon Lucia pigmented inks, but already stretched, mounted and ready to hang. Black edges and 1.5” depth are standard. Gallery Wrapped Canvasses offer a traditional look and feel. Single gallery wrapped canvasses can be made in any size up to 53” x 96.”
Aluminum Gallery Contemporary:
A truly contemporary piece of art for the discerning collector. An archival-quality Fuji Crystal Archive print from a true photographic LightJet printer is mounted to a sheet of aluminum and then given a super glossy UV protecting layer. These pieces are vastly superior to dye sublimation aluminum prints: They are sharper, the color reproduction is much more vibrant and truer and the aluminum is thicker. These will scratch so treat them like fine art. Single aluminum gallery contemporary’s can be made in any size up to 48” x 96."
The finest presentation available. Using the archival Diasec® method of print preservation your fine art Fuji Crystal Archive print is mounted between two pieces of optically clear 1/8” acrylic sheets. These Diasec® acrylics have a three dimensional look to them. They come ready to hang in any size up to 48” x 96.”
Triptychs and More:
While we are bound by a maximum size of 48” x 96” or 53” x 96” for a single piece we can combine multiple panels of 3 or more in any presentation to make a much larger image.
We proudly use top shelf Larson-Juhl® frames and can add a frame to almost any image.
Visualize Your Art:
Not sure what size or presentation you are interested in. Contact Jack for a private consultation. Want to visualize your new art in your home or office. Send us a picture of your wall with approximate dimensions and we will digitally insert the art in to your room for you.