The Collapse of Vermilion Road, Duluth, Minnesota, June 2012
All the fine art photography prints I sell are produced by myself in-house as opposed to the common fulfillment method of drop shipping the artwork from an independent printing lab. This process allows me to guarantee that the quality of print I am selling to you is up to my standards. As such, it also means that processing the shipment can vary by many days if I need to acquire specific materials, or if life will keep me from being unable to fulfill the order immediately. If I expect it will take me more than three days to fulfill your order, I will let you know via e-mail.
The Collapse of Vermilion Road - Museum Edition
"Museum Edition ? But I'm not a museum!" Yeah. I figure you aren't a museum. However, every print from this series that is in a museum collection is on this same scale.If you got A LOT of wall space to display a photograph, this is this size for you! The image is 22 x 28 inches on a 24 x 30-inch sheet of museum weight Baryta paper. The back of the image is hand-signed.
The Collapse of Vermilion Road - Polka Party Edition
Polka Party Edition?! What in the world is a Polka Party Edition? Well, to be honest, I was having trouble thinking of a good edition name to fit between the Everyday Print and Museum edition and Polka Party sounded fun. This print is a large 16 x 20-inch photograph printed onto a 20 x 24-inch sheet of museum weight Baryta paper. The image contains a printed title and is hand dated and initialed.
The Collapse of Vermilion Road - Everyday Print
What is the Everyday Print? Why it is a print of a great size to be framed so you can admire it every day! This print is a moderate 11 x 14-inch image on a 13 x 16-inch sheet of museum weight Baryta paper. A great size for framing! The image contains a printed title and is hand dated and initialed.
Collapse of Vermilion Road - Small Print
A small 8 x 10 inch print on an 11 x 13 inch sheet of museum weight semi-gloss baryta paper.