On a clear day from the top of the cliffs at the north end of the Isle of Skye you can see the village of Gairloch on the Scottish mainland. On a day of contrasts, dramatic dark skies fill with rain and drift like a curtain over those distant hills. Sharp light creates shimmering waves of silver as if lit from underneath the sea.
I photograph and print every image, I do not outsource any part of my workflow. Each print has been painstakingly crafted to ensure the true colours, resolution and texture are exactly as they should be.
For these small special editions of my work I use Canson® Infinity Museum ProCanvas. This fabulous 100% cotton canvas has been designed "for professionals producing true Fine Art Reproductions that require precision images with a very high resolution".
Canson are one of the oldest paper manufacturers in the world, they have been making paper and canvas for over 450 years in France. Founded in 1557 and printers to Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, Canson has the choice of many famous artists such as Picasso, Ingres, Chagal and Miro to name but a few. Canson are Eco Friendly - they purchase paper pulp only from forests managed in a sustainable way which also makes them pretty special.
By using beautiful Canson Museum ProCanvas paper combining it with the fabulous non-fade Epson Ultrachrome K3 with Vivid Magenta inkset of 9 colours, I can produce a print of exceptional quality which will last a lifetime without fading.
Due to size this canvas is unmounted and will be shipped rolled in a sturdy art tube to ensure safe delivery.
Fine Art Photograph mounted on Museum Grade Canvas