The Wild Arts Festival, the Pacific Northwest’s premier show and sale of nature-related art and books, is next weekend. I am very excited and honored to be a part of it this year.
Below is a slideshow of photos I will have available as 16" x 24" metal prints -- the ink for these is actually infused into a sheet of aluminum, producing a vibrant, stunning print that you need to see in person to fully appreciate. The result of this process is a rich piece of art that can easily be hung or upraised without a frame for a sleek and contemporary look.
I will also have photographs printed on Kodak Professional Endura Supra Lustre paper in two sizes: 11" x 14" prints, matted to 16" x 20"; and 12" x 18" prints, matted to 18" x 24". These are conservation quality prints that I personally prepared using 100% virgin alpha-cellulose, conservation-grade acid and lignin free matboard and backing board, with no adhesive touching the print. Both of these sizes are ready to slide right into standard frame sizes that are widely available.
Even if you are not in the market to purchase any art, the festival is quite enjoyable, as it allows you to appreciate art (and artists) of all types in person -- a far more satisfying experience than looking at a computer screen. My wife and I have picked up some amazing art over the years, and have met some fascinating, passionate people, too.
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