Gallery – Art Show Images
It’s a regular problem at art shows. You saw the photograph at my booth, fell in love with it and then didn’t get back to make your purchase. It happens. So, again this year here are all of the images I displayed during the 2019 summer art shows. When you find the photograph you wanted, first click on the image and it will enlarge and details about the image will appear on the lower margin. This shows a brief description and also the size and price. To order it just click on the “Email Bob” button to the right of this paragraph and send me the name of the image. I will then make arrangements to send it to you. Now doesn’t that make you feel better?
The images in the masonry display below are not to size scale. Vertical images look larger than horizontal images for instance. The layout below is just to show you all of the image, Check the actual size by clicking on an image and reading the text below the photograph.
If the size of the photograph shown is not working for you, I can always make you a different sized print. For instance, the “Poppies” print is 32″ x 48″ inches. If you needed a different size I can print it 20″ x 30″, 24″ x 36″ or 40″ x 60″. We need to keep the width to height ratio constant. In this case 2:3. Prices will vary by size.
I can also ship your image as a rolled canvas. (This may be particularly helpful if you live a long distance from Southwestern Ontario.) You would then have a local frame shop stretch the print on stretcher bars. I am able to create the image using English or Metric sizes. Once you have your frame shop selected I will work with them to provide the correct size for their stretchers.
In any case the easiest way to order your print is either by phone (1.519.563.7118) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). I want to ensure that all details are exactly the way you want them. Payment can be made by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, AMX), Interact e-Transfer or by cheque. All prices shown are plus shipping and HST. There is no markup on shipping charges.
Call or email me. I look forward to providing your photograph to you.
Loch Ard Gorge
Loch Ard Gorge The gorge is named after the clipper ship that ran aground on nearby Muttonbird Island in 1789. All hands were lost save a girl, 17 and a boy, 15. Today it is a serene scene along Australia’s Great Ocean Road near Melbourne.
Shown as a 32" x 48” Gallery-Wrapped Archival Pigment Print on Canvas $640