Purchasing a Fine Art Print
I am represented by Fountain Street Gallery, and all photographs are available through them. If you have any questions, I welcome emails [firstname.lastname@example.org] and phone calls [617.686.3456].
I personally print all images. Color images are archival pigment prints. Black and white images are hand-coated platinum/palladium prints. All images are sold unframed and unmated.
Color Print Sizes
10" x 15" images are printed as limited editions of 25.
14" x 21" images are printed as limited editions of 10.
18" x 27" images are printed as limited editions of 5.
Black and White Platinum/Palladium Prints Sizes
Printed in limited editions of 3, with 1 artist proof.
5" x 6.25" or 5" x 7.5" image
8" x 12" image
Please contact me to discuss any special requests you might have.
I publish a limited edition folio of ten selected images for most portfolios presented here. Information on folios is included in the FAQs on this page.
If you are interested in purchasing a print I ask that you call me at 617.686.3456 or send me an email at email@example.com. I'll help you choose the size and discuss shipping options with you. By talking with you, or emailing back and forth, I can ensure that you will get exactly what you want. You can also contact me or purchase my work through Fountain Street Gallery.
What is a folio? A folio is an unbound book of individual prints held in a custom-made cover. The prints can be matted and framed either individually or in groups. Alternatively, the folio can be displayed as you would use a coffee table book. Artist statements for each folio are below Folios are published in a signed, limited editon of 24. Each folio has 10 images that are printed with archival papers and inks at a size of 8" by 10.5". Images are available either as individual prints in various sizes or in the folio format.
What is a pigment print? A pigment print is a digital archival print. They are printed using pigment-based inks as opposed to the dye-based inks found in most inkjet printers. The main reason for using pigment inks is their longevity and color stability. According to testing, pigment prints generally last 50-100 years under normal display conditions, and can last up to 200 years under museum storage conditions.
Are your prints limited editions? All prints are limited editions. The size of each edition is specified in the description. Prints are signed, numbered, and dated.
What kind of printer, ink, and paper do you use? My color prints are done on an Epson 3880, which uses Epson UltraChrome pigment-based inks. I use Canson Editon Etching paper, which is a 100% cotton, museum-grade paper with a matte finish and a subtle texture.
What is a platinum/palladium print? These are black and white prints using archival, matte paper hand-coated with a light sensitive solution of platinum and palladium. They have rich blacks and subtle mid-tones. The hand-coating for each print means that each print has an individual character.