North Shore, Kaua'i, Hawai'i
A fun study in light and water. The unique and ephemeral ways that they play together can create some truly remarkable scenes.
Limited Edition of 30.
Artist Proof of 3.
Photo © copyright by aFeinberg.
Lumachrome HD Acrylic Facemount - Float Mount
Using the latest in paper technology, Lumachrome HD, this is the ultimate modern display technique. These prints are face mounted to a piece of 1/8" archival acrylic. The finish creates an image full of depth and rich in color. The high gloss finish of the acrylic makes the image stand out and reveals the finest details of the print below. Since the print is fully sealed against the acrylic this mounting technique can significantly improve the archival life of the image particularly in high humidity environments. ***Available in Non-glare acrylic. Please email after checkout if you would prefer this option!***
Dye Infused Metal Print - Float Mount
New medium for a new age. Metal prints represent a new art medium for preserving photos by sublimating dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. Because the image is infused onto the surface and not on it your images will take on an almost magical luminescence. Truly stunning detail and resolution giving a 3D or HD appearance to the photo. Standard option is the "float" mount which hangs the images on the wall appearing to float on it's own. Our metal prints come mounted on 2mm black Styrene and finished with a black Metal Inset Frame. ***Semi-gloss & Satin are available upon request. Please email after checkout if you would prefer this option!***
Giclée - Museum Grade Canvas
Printed directly onto museum quality canvas material using quality archival inks. The canvas print is then wrapped around a stretcher frame so that the photo's edges are visible on the sides of the frame at 1.5" depths. A new classic option for a different and unique feel to dislpay your artwork.
Please allow 6-8 weeks for Domestic delivery. Up to 12 weeks for International. Feel free to contact with any questions or time constraints.