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Then we can determine exactly what you are looking for and how those wishes can be realized. The Gallery walk on this site, shows representative images only. Additional pages will be added as I travel and write and make new images available on line, but there is a vast archive, thousands of images, that I can bring to your attention if I have an idea what you are looking for.

Prints can be rolled and shipped in a mailing tube, or they can be mounted and matted. Framing and the use of glass are best handled at their destination in most cases.

Quality considerations:

Image quality and permanence are the primary values of the archival prints that I produce. I use Epson's pigmented Ultrachrome Inks and acid-free papers without brightners. Testing organizations claim a life expectancy on the order of 100 years or more with the current technology. As newer technologies emerge that are better, and not just newer, I will move toward those.

Canvas has come of age recently, and I have been printing on real canvas stretched over a conventional wooden frame as has been done for centuries. With a matte acrylic sealer (included), the permanence of canvas prints is considered equivalent to acid-free papers.

A part of the archival quality stems for strict adherence to mounting standards. Each (paper) print is made with substantial borders (1") and is signed, dated and mounted onto a buffered (acid free) 4-ply mat board with comfortable borders using an acid free adhesives. The cover mat is 4-ply, 100% rag museum board.

All photographs are individually printed, personally, and they satisfy my standards for quality.



Image size


8.5 x 11"
7" long
8.5 x 11"
9" long
13 x 17"
14.5" long
17 x 22"
20" long

24" wide

24" wide
22 x < 30"
24" wide
22 x > 30"

* canvas, suitable for larger prints, runs about $100 higher
than paper, but they require no glass
or matting materials.