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Island Evening

No matter how far-away or exotic the place,
to someone, it’s just home.

Here’s a ten-minute video by the artist about the development of this piece:

Click here for the tote bag based on this art.

For framed, fine art prints, see below.

Examples for Framing

The base for this piece was a photograph, but the final work is a digital painting. So I thought it best to treat it like a fine art reproduction of a painting, printed on velvety paper designed for this purpose (Epson Somerset Velvet).

After working with it for a while, I decided that a “super white” mat worked best. And I’ve selected two frames that seem to work well–a metal frame with a color that the manufacturer calls “Purple Haze” and a white wooden frame.

Costs depend on specific options, of course. And they vary over time. But below are pretty good estimates for a variety of examples, as of July 2022 (including shipping costs to my region–Toledo area to Western MD, but excluding sales tax).

Of course, I will provide hard numbers and specific details, once you’ve decided what works best for your place.

NOTE: This artwork has not yet been proofed on this paper.
So proofing will add a couple weeks to the production time.

Printed on “Somerset Velvet,” Super White Mat, Anti-glare Acrylic Glazing, Purple Haze Metal Frame

(The frame appears thinner as the size of the print increases, so that’s why I’ve included otherwise identical images.)

10″ square print, 1-1/2″ border
about $160
14″ square print, 2″ border
about $230
20″ square print, 3″ border
about $390
7/16″ wide metal frame
(used with the three above)

Printed on “Somerset Velvet,” Super White Mat, Anti-glare Acrylic Glazing, Matte White Wooden Frame

(The frame appears thinner as the size of the print increases, so that’s why I’ve included otherwise identical images.)

10″ square print, 1-1/2″ border
about $165
14″ square print, 2″ border
about $250
20″ square print, 3″ border
about $385
1-3/16″ wide wooden frame
(used with the three above)

Contact the artist to begin a conversation about the options you would like for your own framed fine art print. (See here for more.)

David Alan Webb

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