We offer prints in a variety of standard sizes. Prints may be vertical or horizontal and allows for versatility in design.
16x24 The smallest size we offer in our fine art pieces. Great for side walls in bathrooms, smaller offices, and anywhere where space is limited.
24x36 This is one of the two all around sizes. These unique dimensions allow for a series to display in most spaces.
30x45 Our most popular size. Well suited for nearly any space in a home or office. Perfect for balancing a room with style.
40x60 The most sought after size we offer clients. It seams to fit exactly where you need it in series or alone.
44x66 Perfect for larger spaces and should be the focus piece for a series.
PANO Panoramic prints are very popular and we offer a variety of sizes.
CUSTOM Contact us for custom sizes.
Photography is born in light. The way every photon interacts with a subject determines the outcome of the capture.
Each print deserves its own light source and we offer in-space consultations to help you properly light the art you’ve selected.
Did you know that a light particle, known as a “photon”, dies the moment it was created? For example, pick one of the stars in Orion’s Belt while observing the universe at night. The moment you looked upon it is the moment it was born. That’s because the speed of light is timeless.
When measuring your space, keep in mind that a little separation from the edge of the print and the beginning or end of a feature around it is important. We like to allow for about 3 inches on either side.
Hanging your new art should be simple, right? We’ve made it easy! Every print comes ready to mount to any wall with aluminum rails fixed to the back.
You will need a French Cleat appropriate to the size of your piece. Hardware can be found at most local hardware stores and on Amazon.
We also offer in-space consultations and help with hanging your masterworks.
If you purchased our beautiful acrylic glass masterworks, we recommend keeping a can of compressed air and a microfiber lens cloth on hand.
Avoid applying pressure to the face of the acrylic glass as it may scuff if raw dust particles are present. Our practice is to gently wipe in a single direction any material that the air can missed.