Plexi Giclee: These offer an attractive, contemporary alternative to paper and canvas without the distraction or additional cost of a frame. A high resolution (300 dpi) paper print is enclosed between a 3mm sheet of crystal clear acrylic glass and an aluminum Di Bond panel. A ½” deep C-bar aluminum frame hanging system, cut to fit the piece precicely (2” less on all sides), is attached to the back of the assembly. The artist’s signature and title of the painting appear on the back of the panel. The result is an uninterrupted, vividly modern display, standing out with an almost 3D effect that highlights both the image and the wall. The print is shipped flat in a box free of charge within the continental US.
Canvas Giclee: These are printed on an acid free, archival quality cotton/poly blend, 350 gsm, water resistant canvas with a semi- gloss finish. The image is extended 1 ½” on all sides beyond the selected image size with an additional 1” margin for wrapping the canvas. The canvas is titled and signed by the artist on the reverse and is shipped rolled in a tube free of charge within the continental US.
If you require the canvas to be stretched and wrapped on a 1 ½” deep gallery mount please contact us.
Paper Giclee: These are printed on acid free, museum quality, heavy card stock, 320 gsm, Hahnemuhle Photo Rag, bright white with a matt finish. These beautiful prints have a white border 1” beyond the selected image size on which the artist’s signature appears at the bottom right. The print is shipped rolled in a tube free of charge within the continental US.
His works are not digitally produced, but are all hand painted acrylic on canvas using mostly primary colors and patience.
Small is Beautiful, but Big is Better.
"Having seen my paintings you won't walk away feeling diminished because you don't get it. There's no room for interpretation, they're in your face! Art should be enjoyed and even fun, so if you walk away with a smile on your face, then I'll know I've contributed my part". Behind the scene, please notice the artist, or his fingers and top of the head behind the painting.