All of my photographs are created with archival materials to last you a life-time. All images are available in either matted prints or canvas gallery-wrapped singles. See prices below. Many are available as Triptychs (3 panels). The 5-panel images, shaped like a diamond that's featured on my home page, is a little more restrictive, so please ask through e-mail if you are interested in that shape. I do all my own creating, processing and matting, so what you get is 100% the artist's work!
Examples of each style is below.
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Double-matted in off-white with inner blue or rustic.
Matted to standard-sized frames.
7.5x10.5 in. matted to 11x14 $30
11.25x15.25 in. matted to 16x20. $45
Canvas Full Wrap Prints
Archival materials, water resistant, easy to hang.
Canvas wraps are already wired and ready to hang. They're designed to hang without a frame, but you can add one if you prefer the framed look.
12x16 x 7/8 in. gallery wrap. $65
16x20 x 1.25 in. gallery wrap. $125
16x28 x 1.25 in. gallery wrap $185
16x30 x 1.25 in. gallery wrap. $195
20x24 x 1.25 in. gallery wrap $200
20x30 x 1.25 in. gallery wrap $250
20x36 x 1.25 in. gallery wrap $300
Canvas Triptychs (3 panels)
stepped or flat bottom
My Triptychs are easy to hang, even when they step. I place the wires so that you can form a level line on your wall.
Add at least 2 inches for spacing between panels
LARGE: 3 ft. high by 5 ft. wide if flat bottom
approximately 4 ft. high by 5 ft. wide if stepped
Each panel is 20x36x1.25 in.gallery wrapped. $875
MEDIUM: 2 sizes, both are 4 ft. wide (not including spacing)
Short medium has 16x28x 1.25 in. gallery wrap panels: $555
Tall medium has 16x30x1.25 gallery wrap panels: $585
SMALL: 2 ft. x 3 ft. non-stepped.
Add 6 inches to height for stepped panels
2 ft. tall by 3 Ft. wide x 7/8 in. gallery wrap panels: $350
5-panel Diamond Shape
These are easy to hang because I place the wires so that they create a level line on your wall.
Add at least 4 inches for spacing between panels
24 x 40 in. x 1 in. gallery wrap (each panel 8in. wide) $275
32 x 60 in. x 1 in. gallery wrap (each panel 12 in. wide) $395
36 x 80 x 1.25 in. gallery wrap. (each panel 16 in. wide). $845
Larger sizes available on request
8-inch panels, diamond 5-piece
12-inch and larger will have rectangular
pieces at end.
How to hang your multi-paneled images
1) First, decide where you want the center piece to hang on your wall. Determine where the wire is located on the center panel and put your first pencil mark on the wall.
2) Decide how much space you want between panels.
You can hang the center piece and hold up one of the other panels to get a sense of how much spacing between panels looks best to you. One inch to three inches will work with most pictures. I usually use one-inch spacing because I can see the sides of each panel, which creates a sense of 3-dimensional depth and fluidness between the panels as you walk around your room. But some people want it to cover more space, and I've seen 3 to 4 inches between panels work very, very well, so you choose.
3) Use a level to create a level line across the wall based on the width of your panels and the spacing you want. (You can also measure up from the floor if you don't have a level.)
4) Use a ruler to measure out the length of a panel, plus the inch or inches between each panel you want, and place your next nail on your level line.
For example, if your panels are 16 inches wide and you plan to use one-inch spacing between panels, then measure out 17 inches on either side of the nail mark that will hold your center image. Do the same on the other side. If you bought the 5-piece panel, you'll measure out again on either side.
5) Hammer your nails in with a slight upward incline, leaving enough nail showing, but not too much or it will poke the canvas.
Preferably use a nail with a head. The canvas is light and often doesn't require a big nail. Screws will require mollies to help hold them in the drywall unless you hit a stud.
5) Finally, if you need to tweak the panel heights to get the images to hang perfectly, I suggest tightening or loosening the wires on the back, rather than moving the nail. Sometimes, if a pictures needs to drop a small amount, you can take it off the wall and pull upward on the wire a little to stretch it out. That's often all that's needed.
6) Sit back and enjoy!