|Example Sizes||Paper Type|
|19" x 15"||$67||$112|
|30" x 23"||$125||$225|
|41" x 31"||$208||$387|
|52" x 40"||$311||$592|
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The sizes shown above are in inches and for the printed area only. All prints are delivered with a 2" unprinted border all around to allow room for matting or signatures. The first size shown above is the maximum size; you may order any size smaller than that. Other sizes shown above are just examples.
The high-quality, pigment-based Giclée printing process can be applied to archival-quality watercolor paper or premium poster paper. Both look great!
The watercolor paper has a much longer life. The archival materials used include Hahnemuhle William Turner Watercolor Paper 310 gsm and Epson Ultrachrome K3 ink. The original art is captured at extremely high resolution with a professional camera to assure the best quality print at any size.
The artist challenges the viewer using juxtaposition suggesting multiple cultural elements. At first glance, the piece could be classified as Ocean art, viewed as a tapa cloth design exemplifying how certain Polynesian genealogies, such as within the Maori diaspora, view the creation process of the Universe.
But this interpretation is limited, as there is conflict and a sense that there is no one interpretation.
In this case, contemporary shapes combined with traditional design references might lead one to conclude that, at a moment in history, a missionary or invading culture such as that brought by Captain Cook was introduced to the diaspora, beginning the decay of the civilization.
This drawing is highly detailed, provokes questions and interpretations, and thus cannot be pigeonholed.