Peat Strata, Cabharstadh

Covid-19 Special Print Sale — see my gofundme here for details

$50: Choose your preferred image from a limited selection of my favorites. 8 x 10 inch print — Image size is slightly smaller; print size includes white border. Open edition. Unsigned. Printed at my preferred remote professional print lab. Kodak Endura luster paper. Archival quality. United States drop shipping included in price.  International shipping available at additional cost. A handling charge will apply for international orders as well for this level of print. 

$125: Choose your preferred image from a limited selection of my favorites. 8 x 10 inch print — Image size is slightly smaller; print size includes white border. Will be editioned post-sale, when I know how many have sold. Printed verification of edition and print number available upon request. Signed on back. Printed at my preferred Philadelphia lab with personal supervision. Canson Platine Infinity heavy weight fiber rag paper.  Archival, exhibition and edition quality. Shipped personally by me.  Domestic shipping in the United States included in price.  International shipping available at additional cost.  I use tiered pricing (the print price increases as the edition sells) so the price of certain prints will increase accordingly as I’m more able to gauge the eventual sizes of their editions. TL;DR – buy early, save money.

A note about printing timeline — My ability to produce the prints has been impacted by the quarantine. Both labs are not currently accepting orders. I will do my best to have the print to you as quickly as possible, but please understand that it may take some time. Thank you for your understanding!

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$50.00
$125.00

From my project ‘Na h-Eileanan’.

A branch of my family tree emigrated from Scotland in the mid 1800’s, and the country has always had a particular familial pull for me as a result.  This work was produced in the Hebrides, a barren, sparsely populated and beautiful collection of islands off the northwestern coast of Scotland.  I spent the entire month of February there in 2015.  Working alone, primarily at night, Na h-Eileanan became a personal meditative processing of this ancient familial landscape.

The full project and statement can be found here.