Curated Collections

I happily give trade discounts to designers, shoppes and other vendors, please inquire via phone or fill out the form at the bottom of the main fine arts page. Trade discount subject to approval.

I am very proud to announce that with every single print sold, your purchase will help provide at least 30 meals to children and families in need through the Feeding America network of food banks.

Print Info & Framing Recommendations

As of May 2020, all of my fine art prints come unframed, and they are printed on archivable paper with a natural, matte finish . The smaller sizes can be easier to find standard size frames ( 11x14, 16x20).

I also recommend getting your image from me first, then taking it to a framer, or using one of the following online places: like Framebridge, Artifact Uprising and Simply Framed. They are great online resources and you can customize with mattes, frames and sizes. I am not affiliated with these companies, they are simply a recommendation since many people always ask me about places to buy frames.

Every Print is a custom printed to order, inspected and then signed by artist. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. No returns or refunds once your order has been printed and shipped. At this time I am only able to help with local clients for framing recommendations.

Thank you so much.

THIS IS A 20" x 30" FRAME. A SUBSTANTIAL SIZE AND LOOKS GREAT IN PAIRS FOR EXTRA IMPACT. GREAT SIZE FOR HORIZONTAL IMAGES

FOR REFERENCE THIS IS 64" HIGH FINISHED SIZE. I AM 5'7" BAREFOOT AS A REFERENCE HOW LARGE THIS PRINT IS!

THIS IS A 18" x 24" FRAME. IT IS VERY POPULAR SIZE AND EASY TO FIND. I LOVE THIS SIZE AND LOOKS GREAT IN TWOS OR THREES.


Feeding America Donation

I am very proud to announce that with every single print sold, your purchase will help provide at least 30 meals to children and families in need through the Feeding America network of food banks.

AS OF 5/1/21 YOUR PRINT ORDERS HAVE HELPED FEED 2,000 MEALS


“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” 

— Dorothea Lange