These prints are photos I have taken of moments I come across when wandering about with my camera. Though photography has become everyone's hobby the most important part of printing and displaying photos has become lost.
That is why I have created these unique prints on loose canvas and "framed" them with upcycled pallet wood. The frames are cut to size then treated with fire to add visual appeal as well as preserve and waterproof the wood. Any dyeing of the wood is done naturally with vinegar, tea or coffee. And it is finished with a bees wax polish.
The photos are giclee prints (high quality printing process) on a thick (385 gsm) 100% cotton canvas of true archival quality and free from optical brighteners. Museum Art Canvas offers exceptional colour stabilty over time and resistance to ageing. As well as being water resistant.