Print Media Information
Prints are made with Epson UltraChrome© K3 with Vivid Magenta Pigmented and Epson UltraChrome HDX© Inks using Epson Signature Worthy, Legacy or Hahnemühle Fine Art papers.
I produce my prints with the state-of-the-art Epson Pro 3880 and Epson P7000 ink-jet printers on the industry’s best Fine Art Papers. Pigmented inks are among the most beautiful print materials available today. They are capable of reproducing fine detail, smooth fraction, dense blacks, and rich saturated colors. An extraordinary variety of media surfaces are available.
Pigmented ink prints are among the most stable color prints available.
The front of each print is signed. Each print is signed en verso in pencil with information about the print.
Caring for Your Prints
I recommend photos be framed and displayed behind UV Museum Glass and protect them from prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.
One of the pleasures of receiving a fine art print is to touch and experience the texture, weight, and quality of the paper on which the art is printed. Doing so will allow the photograph to live and instill a connection between you and the art you have purchased. Excessive handling of your print can leave marks or degrade the boarder. When you receive your print, the printed surface should not be touched. Handling the print should only be done on the non-printed edges with clean, dry hands.
For protection, your art will arrive in a clear poly, archival quality bag with the surface of the art protected with buffered, archival quality tissue. Much work, time and travel has gone into the production of these art pieces, please protect the investment we, as artist and you as purchaser, have made. With proper care, our investment should last a lifetime.