MOVING SALE

We're relocating sometime in the spring of 2018. I'm inspired to do a little debulking. Any matted print half price until we move.

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If you can’t make it good, make it big.
— Ansel Adams
Three Birches, Shin Pond, Maine (detail)

Three Birches, Shin Pond, Maine (detail)

PRINTS, WEBSITE RENDITION, AND AVAILABLE SALES


BLACK AND WHITE PORTFOLIOS

I have worked in wet darkroom/b&w silver gelatin since I was thirteen, learning from my father in his basement darkroom. The silver prints I show and sell are made from the best available materials, lightly selenium toned (for permanence) and archivally washed and handled.

Please note that resolution and tonality of well made silver prints are inadequately rendered on websites.

All prints are signed and numbered limited editions. Artist's proofs are not sold, though may be donated to charitable causes.

I print in two sizes: nominal 11 x 14 and nominal 16 x 20. Edition sizes have varied, but never exceed 20. First prints (numbers 1-5) for any image are $1000 for 11 x 14's, $1500 for 16 x 20's. Later prints are higher. Contact me for availability of specific images. Archival inkjet ("giclee") prints from the B&W portfolios are signed, unnumbered. Prices are half those of silver prints.

Prices may change without notice. PayPal accepted. (Or mail me a good ol' check.) Satisfaction guaranteed. (Returns accepted.)


THE FUN PROJECT

These are archival inkjet ("giclee") prints on cotton rag paper. Nominal 20 x 30-inch prints are $800 for numbers 1-5. 


THE CHINA PRINTS

Two of the ten original prints from the China show remain available. They are 16x20 pigment/rag (archival) inkjet prints. $500.


THE BLUE SKY SHOW

The Blue Sky Show images were printed to nominal 20 x 24. (Image size 14.5 x 18 matted on 20 x 24.) Some remain available; $1200 each. Contact me for specifics.

Foundation, South Waterfront, Portland, Oregon


INSTAGRAM

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I post fairly random images — things I like at the moment or find in a file. If one of them strikes your fancy, I'll send you an archival inkjet 10 x 10 for an even hundred bucks. (Essentially at cost.)