Ribbons of color shimmer in the night sky over snowfields in the frozen North. 2013-14 was to be the peak of an 11 year cycle of solar sunspot activity, which generates solar flares, which in turn generate auroral activity; the selected workshop location, on the edge of the Arctic in Churchill, Winnipeg, Canada, is one of the world's best locales for observing the aurora - averaging approximately 300 nights per year with some degree of activity; March is the preferred month for viewing as it offers the best chance of combined clear skies and dark nights, as opposed to summer when the nights are warmer but dramatically shorter, or polar bear migration season in October/November when overcast skies are more prevalent and hungry polar bears are added to the mix of hazards.
Classic Fine Art Paper Prints are printed with archival inks on archival paper that should maintain image quality for more than 100 years with proper care and framing.
Canvas Wraps are giclées – a very high quality reproduction that is approved for color and quality by the artist. Gallery Wraps wrap the canvas around thick wooden stretcher bars either 3/4" or 1-1/2" thick for a 3-dimensional effect. They may be hung unframed or framed.Flat Canvas Board Prints mounted on Gatorfoam backing are also available.
Metal Prints and Acrylic are contemporary styles that have become very popular for their clean presentation and vibrant, detailed image. Both may be hung unframed or framed.
Maple Wood Printsare printed directly on to 1/2" thick maple surfaced wood board for a warm and vintage effect that is also eco-friendly.
Signed Editions are available as digitally or hand-signed prints, as well as top of the line Collector's Editions that are produced under my direct supervision here in Tucson and hand-signed by me.
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