"Though I use a digital camera to shoot all my material, my formal training as a fine art photographer prompts me to always show my work on printed paper. The difference between a high quality print and the low resolution files posted on the web is simply astounding. Only a really good print can fully render all the details and richness of color found in my images. I am not one to compromise with quality. All my photographs are printed on museum-quality paper with high quality archival ink to ensure the highest quality made to last for generations. Thank you for supporting my work!"
limited-edition prints available in a variety of sizes
The height if an image can increase slightly depending on its proportions.
A 1 inch (2,5 cm) white border is added all around the image.
Edition of 10 + 1 AP
12 in x 18 in - 30,5 cm x 45,7 cm
Price: 225 $ CA
Edition of 6 + 1 AP
20 in x 30 in - 50,8 cm x 76,2 cm
Price: 600 $ CA
Edition of 5 + 1 AP
28 po x 42 po - 71,1 cm x 106,7
Price: 950 $ CA
Edition of 3 + 1 AP
36 in x 54 po - 91,4 cm x 137,2 cm
Price: 1 250 $ CA
Images from the Beyond the Looking Glass series are available in small and medium sizes only.
Prices increase on the last prints in any edition.
Each medium size and larger prints come with a certificate of authenticity with a security hologram.
Produced in collaboration with a renowed Montreal fine art printer, Catherine Rondeau supervises and distributes all prints.
All images are printed on a high performance printer and museum quality pH neutral (acid free) paper (300 gram/m²) with Ultrachrome HDR archival inks insuring exceptional longevity.
Prints are shipped rolled (unframed) in a robust protective tube. Prints are normally shipped within 7 to 10 days from purchase.
Free shipping for most Montreal area addresses.
For other destinations in North America, shipping costs typically vary between 20 $ and 30 $.
FREE SHIPPING across North America of all orders placed before December 18th
DID YOU KNOW?
There are Tax Deductions for Buying Canadian Art
In Canada, buying artwork is considered a capital expenditure for companies and self-employed individuals. It qualifies as a tax deduction provided the artwork was created by a Canadian artist, cost at least $200 and is exhibited in a place of business where it will be seen by clients.