Artwork No. 0519
Rising up to the heavens a flock of snow geese departs for a day of foraging. A hundred thousand stark white, boisterous waterfowl can be observed each year on their annual migration to the Canadian Arctic where they breed.
This artwork is offered on Baltic birch wood, fine art paper, or white matte aluminum. A bit of information about each medium:
About the Materials:
Artwork is printed on museum quality fine art paper with pigment ink, and printed with a one-inch white border on all sides. Print is guaranteed to not fade for 100 years.
Need a frame?
All frames are custom made and professionally assembled with the highest quality materials and care.They arrive with hanging hardware and are ready to be installed.
The moulding we use is a classic, timeless solid wood design in white or maple (with splines).
Frames are assembled with 99% UV acrylic glazing.
There are two options for the glazing: 99% UV acrylic glazing or anti-reflective museum acrylic [a side-by-side comparison is available under the artwork images].
About Baltic Birch Wood:
Due to the fact that no two pieces of wood are exactly the same, each print created on Baltic Birch Wood is considered unique enough to be considered an original. The print is created with UV ink and placed within a white gallery frame which gives the appearance that it is floating within it.
Baltic birch wood grows quickly and is sourced from an FSC certified wood source. In addition to that, the print is created in a lab that operates on solar power.
About White Matte Aluminum:
Aluminum is a highly durable material, and is easily cleaned with a microfiber cloth. Prints ship with care instructions and a microfiber cloth, and arrive ready to be hung. This particular image is printed to a white matte aluminum, which produces soft images with no reflection—great for spaces that receive sunlight.
The material is wonderful for merging more traditional images with a modern, minimalist aesthetic. Images printed on aluminum tend to appear as though they are floating in front of a wall. A gallery frame protects the edges of aluminum prints and at the same time provides the appearance that the print is floating within the frame.
Note: the float frame adds an additional 1.25" to the dimensions of the aluminum print, for a total size of ~29.25" x 43.25."