I print my palladium prints by hand, one at a time. Each palladium print is unique as they will all have slight variations. All the materials that I use in the printing process are 100% archival. No shortcuts are ever taken. I personally print each palladium print by hand.
The prints are signed, dated, titled and numbered.
The gampi tissue is corner mounted to a sheet of acid free watercolor paper.
The watercolor paper is hinge mounted to a 4-ply backing board with acid free linen tape.
A 4-ply acid free white museum rag board is used for the window mat.
A certificate of authenticity with an embossed logo is included with each print.
The back story of how the image was created is included for each print.
All my prints are offered in strict limited editions. No prints will be made outside of the edition.
The edition also includes a specified number of artists proofs. Artist proofs are not for sale.
The prints are priced in a three-level tier system. The price will increase as each tier sells out.
Multiple sized prints are offered in all non-panoramic editions.
The Fine Print
All of my prints come with a hassle free 15 day money back guarantee. If for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase, simply contact me for a full refund. I also guarantee that the prints will never fade. The life expectancy of each print is well over a thousand years. I certainly can’t be around to back that guarantee, yet rest assured that the print will last well into the thousand year time frame. Short of the family dog eating the print, a flood, tornado or other natural disaster, the print will last for many generations.
My palladium prints are hand made and have qualities that make each print different. Creating each print is a time consuming labor of love. I make every attempt to ship each order out within a 7-10 time frame. There are occasions where this is not always possible. If you are purchasing a print as a gift, please let me know when you need the print.
The screen representation of the image is as close as possible. There is simply no way to reproduce the tonal range, texture and nuances of a palladium print on gampi. I make every attempt to display the image in the sprit of a gampi print, yet that is not realistically possible. The palladium print will look amazing.
This is a sheet of sekishu torinoko gampi. When pressed flat, the dollar bill can be seen crystal clear. Gampi tissue is made by hand and is the thinnest tissue made.