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Framed Fine-Art Prints
All framed fine-art prints are custom-made using the finest papers and materials for longevity. We use pigmented inks, acid-free mat boards and museum glass. Handmade Vermont hardwood frames have rear dust covers, coated hanging wire and corner bumpers. Hanging devices will be included so your new piece is ready to display and enjoy. Keep your archival fine-art photograph out of direct sunlight and the colors will last for decades.
Our dynamic and beautiful aluminum prints are custom made using archival inks, UV protection and clear coat that is "color fast" to last for decades. They hang on the wall with a "float mount". To clean, simply use water with a little mild detergent or vinegar and microfiber cloth.
Custom canvas prints are hand-made in Vermont using museum-quality archival materials. We use pigmented inks, the finest canvas, Vermont hardwoods for our frames and UV protection. Your piece comes ready to display in your home or business gallery. Exhibit your canvas prints out of direct sunlight and the colors will last for decades.
Limited Edition Prints
Winter storm in Stowe, VT in December 2014. Beautiful scenes like this are found all over Vermont after our wonderful snow storms.
Spring springing! Birds chirping. Yahoobadooba! I've photographed this lovely tree at the Waterfront Park in Burlington, VT in three seasons (spring, winter and fall). The three images make a lovely and popular exhibit when hung together. Winter print is #1684. Fall print is #1447.
Fall foliage in Vermont! I've photographed this lovely tree at the Waterfront Park in Burlington, VT in three seasons (spring, winter and fall). The three images make a lovely and popular exhibit when hung together. Winter print is #1684. Spring print is #1234.
Country living has many rewards. Image taken in Starksboro, VT.
I can almost smell the early spring green colors that pull me into this lovely scene. The bike path, formerly the Island Line Trail from Burlington to S. Hero and Grand Isle, VT, was built by the Rutland Railroad in 1901. At "The Cut" there's a bike ferry shuttle. A very fun adventure!
I saw this scene from my car while driving near Tunbridge, VT. I quickly got off the highway, bumped over a little dirt road, crossed a narrow wooden bridge and got the shot. Seconds later, the sun was obscured by clouds and the ice-laden tree quietly went back to sleep.
40"x36" Aluminum Limited Edition Print (Numbered and Signed)
Waiting for passersby. Beautiful iron benches along Lake Champlain in Waterfront Park, Burlington, VT.
Fog in a Charlotte, VT meadow and an amazing sunrise over the "Bolton Bumps" of the Green Mountains reveal how stunningly beautiful Vermont is.
About 5:30am just before my birthday 60-mile bike ride. Words can't describe how overwhelmingly beautiful this sunrise over Camel's Hump in the Green Mountains was. Image captured in Charlotte, VT.
Ice reflects. Photographed from Waterfront Park in Burlington, VT looking west toward the Adirondack Mountains of New York. This year, ice locked the broad lake and people were known to have walked all the way across. This dramatically scene is popular because the sky was filled to overflowing with color that dances on the ice.
Just so cool. Frozen Lake Champlain looking west to the Adirondack Mountains of New York from Waterfront Park in Burlington, VT.
40"x26.5" Aluminum Limited Edition Print (Numbered & Signed)
Simply unbelievable! Camel's Hump shot from our yard in Charlotte, VT.
Astonishing! Camel's Hump as shot from my backyard in Charlotte, VT. This was about 5:30a on my 60th birthday. I got up early to get my bike ready for a 60 mile ride and photographed this unbelievable sky for about 20 minutes.
40"x21" Aluminum Limited Edition Print (Numbered & Signed)
Dramatic storm clouds over Lake Champlain in Vermont gave a clue to the howling winds.
This was a harsh and driving winter storm characteristic of weather in Vermont. I've photographed this lovely tree at the Waterfront Park in Burlington, VT in three seasons (spring, winter and fall). The three images make a lovely and popular exhibit when hung together. Spring print is #1234. Fall print is #1447.
42"x56" Canvas Print w/ Black Shadow Box Frame
Stands of birch trees are visually compelling...even a bit haunting. Especially when it's cold and the wind blows hard from the northwest out of Canada. They have a spirit that pulls me in and holds my attention.