All images are available on either a fine art, metallic paper, or stretched and framed canvas.
All prints are completed by professional printers using the Giclee printing method, on archival papers that are resistant to deterioration with excellent longevity. This means acid-free / lignin-free papers, which can preserve the product for a long time.
Fine Art Paper
Hahnemühle Photo Rag is one of the world’s most popular papers and the valued all-rounder. Combined with the matte premium inkjet coating, this paper produces outstanding prints that feature brilliant colours, deep blacks, striking contrasts and perfect reproduction of detail. The paper is acid and lignin free, meeting museum quality for highest age resistance.
Metallic Paper (ONLY AVAILABLE FRAMED)
Centurion Metallic Pearl Photo paper, is a premium inkjet paper with a unique pearlescent surface finish. It’s a very high impact paper with a huge colour gamut volume making it great for landscape images. The paper offers exceptional image clarity and brilliant colour reproduction with a cool, high-gloss metallic finish.
Metallic prints only available framed.
Sustainable Hemp Paper.
This Natural Line paper uses one of the oldest and most diverse natural fibres in the world hemp fibre. A smooth, lightly textured environmentally friendly fine art paper created from sustainable hemp fibres ... no wood-chips used. This paper is resistant to ageing, acid-free, and vegan. Colours and details are brilliantly reproduced, and contrasts are reproduced with stunning effect. Hemp was an essential part of paper production for centuries, and due to its extremely robust fibres, it has often been used for long-lasting historical documents, such as the Gutenberg Bible and the US Declaration of Independence.
Advantages of using Hemp Paper:
– It’s fast-growing and reaches up to 4m within 3 months.
– It’s an undemanding plant and grows almost everywhere without needing a special climate or soil.
– It’s doesn’t leach out the soil but improves the soil quality.
– As a deep-root plant, it loosens the soil.
– It requires considerably less water.
– It doesn’t need any pesticides, herbicides or fungicides.
– Every part of the plant can be used.
– Hemp has a high carbon dioxide uptake and captures carbon emissions, the so-called carbon sequestration.
– It’s vegan paper.
– Acid free, and resistant to ageing.
*only available in limited sizes
Some of the prints are panorama, therefore are much longer than the regular print. Please contact me if you are after one of these prints to discuss sizes.
All prints come with a white border. Please get in contact with me if you would like otherwise.
Orders, sizes, etc., can be flexible, so if you are after something not showing on the website, contact me to arrange.
Take very special care when unwrapping your fine art prints.
There are no refunds or exchanges on purchases.
Expect 2-3 weeks for delivery within Australia, and longer for overseas.
All prices shown in Australian Dollars.
Framing and Mounting Options
All mouldings are made from sustainable plantation grown timbers. The moulding is 40mm on the side, 20mm on the face and comes in black, white and oak; and using Shinkolyte 3mm acrylic. Frames are finished using archival materials.
Framed print dimensions are from the outside edge of the print, the completed size of the framed print will be slightly larger than the print sizes listed.
Canvases come stretched and ready to hang. If you would like it printed, stretched and in a frame, or alternatively, un-stretched (rolled only) please contact me and so that I can arrange.
Outside of Australia, purchases are only available on Fine Art paper (Hahnemühle Photo Rag). Unfortunately, we can not do metallic prints, framed prints, or canvas framed due to potential international shipping damage. Use the Contact form with details of the print size and country so that I can send you a quote.
It is a privilege for me to be able to enjoy our beautiful outdoors and landscapes, and have chosen to give a small proportion of my profits from prints, frames and canvases, to Bush Heritage and The Nature Conservancy Australia. Click through to read about their projects.