The process used to make these prints is called Giclée. This is a high quality process typically used by museums to produce high quality, large format art. Archival inks are used that have been rated to last 100+ years.

* Fuji Crystal Archive paper and chemistry is used on prints marked with ( * ).

Canvas posters are printed on artist's canvas, similar to what a painting is made on. The canvas is then stretched around a wooden frame.  The canvas gives your photo a texture that makes it look as if it were painted, but your photo remains clear. The type of stretching is called a gallery wrap. With a gallery wrap 1.5" of the canvas is wrapped around the edge & you can hang the canvas directly on the wall, no mounting or framing is needed. All canvas prints are coated with an environmentally friendly protective coating. This coating will help protect your canvas from moisture, humidity, abrasions, fingerprints, and more.

Stretched Canvas Prints

  8”x10” - $120

12”x18” - $160

16”x20” - $210

18”x24” - $235

24”x36” - $310


Canvas Prints

  8”x10” - $135

12”x18” - $185

16”x20” - $235

18”x24” - $260

24”x36” - $335