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Hand Painted Tins

High Gloss Metal is a very unique medium for presenting images. The process involves infusing dye directly into a coated aluminum substrate. (It’s a dye-sublimation transfer heated onto pre-coated aluminum).

The end result is a vibrant impressive print with great detail and resolution. The aluminum is fixed with an extruded aluminum frame, inset on the back, which allows for a modern way to hang and display these prints.

The photograph is then hand painted with highly textured acrylic gels such as, Micaceous Iron Oxide, Pearl Mica Flake and Aluminum Oxide particles. The painted image also includes acrylic fluid iridescent and interference paints as well as liquid inks that provide a true metallic look/sheen that will not tarnish with age.

It is my goal to continue to create photography that is not only interesting and aesthetically pleasing, but also encourage a viewer to touch and interact with the piece for a two dimensional experience.

Snow Falling from Cedars #2

12×18, Elk Valley, British Columbia

Snow Falling from Cedars #3

12×18, Elk Valley, British Columbia

Trails End Road

20×30, Algoma Bay, North Shore ON

Limber Pines of the Crowsnest Pass

16×24, Limber Pines of the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta

Wild Crocus

10×20, Meadows of The Crowsnest Pass, Alberta.

Crowsnest Lake

20×30, Crowsnest Lake, in the Crows Nest Pass, Alberta

Crowsnest Pass Limestone Wall

10×20, Crows Nest Pass, Alberta

Ripples at Katherine Cove

12×24, North Shore, ON

Gary Oak Leaves

16 x 24, Salt Spring Island, BC

Laying in Limber

16×24, Crows Nest Pass, Alberta