I like to take any opportunity to portray what my physical prints look like, because that’s the ultimate purpose of my work — to make prints for display by collectors. Here are a few images of recent prints of Savannah’s Avenue of the Oaks, and an old abandoned marsh house in Charleston. I love the Low Country, so it seems appropriate that these prints are going to someone who lives on an island near Charleston.
These are printed on 100% cotton matte fine art paper, which gives no reflection, but they are shown in protective (non-reactive) plastic sleeves, which alters the way the contrast and shine looks here. Wilhelm Imaging Research has rated this type of print as being archivally stable for up to 400 years.
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