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limited edition prints

unique works of art - at affordable prices

This tradition began with printers hundreds of years ago.
Having spent years with classic silver based emulsions and several years exploring much older processes from the 1800's such as gum bichromate and platinum printing, I found them all beautiful processes - but the first time I saw a pigment ink print I was hooked. Not only does it allow printing on watercolor paper, but it has a subtle quality of appearing to be floating just above the surface of the paper. In fact, it is, the longevity of the technique is partly due to the pigment inks forming small droplets that do "float" just above the surface.
It's stunning.
  • Thank you, thank you, thank you, Harrison…

  • the pictures are just, well, amazing.

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  • The negative is comparable to the composer's score and the print to its performance.

  • Each performance differs in subtle ways.

    Ansel Adams