These abstract landscapes are printed on either aluminum or canvas. The tactile and visual qualities of the substrate complete the image to display unique qualities that transcend both natural and digital media. Nancy adjusts each image individually before sending it to be printed so each print is unique; no two prints are exactly alike.
The aluminum prints are produced using a dye sublimation process, which uses heat to transfer dyes directly onto specially coated aluminum. Because the image is infused into the surface and not on it, the archival qualities of this unique process are unparalleled. The metal prints are UV resistant, moisture resistant and will only deteriorate if exposed to extreme heat. Metal prints have shown an archival value of over 150 years. They can be cleaned by wiping gently with a smooth cloth.
The Canvas prints are printed on genuine artist canvas using eight color archival giclee pigments and stretched around 1 ¼ inch artist stretcher bars. The image wraps around the stretcher bars so it can be displayed without a frame. The print on canvas is finished with a clear acrylic coating, providing a very scratch resistant protective layer with a satin luster. It can be cleaned by dusting gently with a smooth cloth. I sometimes embellish the canvas prints with acrylics or oils.
Both canvas and aluminum can be displayed with or without a frame. Special sizes available upon request.