All images are printed with archival pigment inks on professional archival museum quality paper.
Care must be taken, as with any piece of fine art, not to expose the image to high levels of moisture and sunlight. The print must be treated the same as a quality fine art watercolor painting. Choose a location having normal humidity levels, and minimum exposure to ultra violet light will provide you with decades of pleasurable viewing for this investment. The current archival calculation by Wilhelm Imaging Research is seventy-five (75) to one hundred (100) years in normal display conditions.
I personally create and control the expression and quality of each print. I produce them and am involved in every aspect of the printing process.
Images are printed on various fine-art papers, each selected for the best rendering of the final print.
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