Very few of my images are a standard size so it's difficult to create an order form. The easiest way to order a print is to to use my contact form and indicate the title of the piece and the approximate size you are considering. I will get back to you and we can discuss print options. When it comes time for payment you can use Paypal, Venmo or simply mail me a check.
Each print is custom made. I prefer to print on archival paper (Hahnemuhle Fine Art Photo). The inks that are used for these prints are pigmented, therefore, they are extremely fade resistant. Studies have shown less than 5% fading over 50 years. If you cover the print in UV protective glass you are set for generations of art enjoyment. These prints are often matted and framed using traditional methods but it is up to you as what treatment you would like.
Occasionally I print on aluminum — usually for larger pieces where traditional framing isn't practical — or where the user is interested in a non-glass covered durable image.
I have printed on canvas but I discourage this medium because the wooden stretcher bars that the canvas is mounted on tends to warp — especially if placed in an environment where there is significant moisture in the air.
I only create 15 prints of any one of my images. If interested in the investment value you can be assured that the artwork will increase in value.
If you are interested in ready-to-hang, professionally framed artwork, please visit The Uptown Gallery and Frame Shop in Holland, MI or Synchronicity Gallery in Glen Arbor, MI. The work represented in these fine galleries are professionally framed using only the finest archival materials. All mats and mounting are on acid free papers and boards and the glass used to cover the piece is museum glass that has low reflectance and UV protection.