A Stained Glass Window Fine Art Photo Fall Foilage Fine Art Print Spiritual Art

$25.00 USD

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The sun shines through Autumn foliage and a stained glass window which changes the colors seen. Signed by the artist in the white border and titled " Twice Stained". This is an example of natural filters by using the light passing through the leaves. This was taken using slide film.
One 6.67 x 10 print produced in his own studio using an Epson professional printer with Epson archival pigmented inks on Epson enhanced mat paper. I believe prints produced by the artist himself and signed have an added value because the print you receive is as the artist perceived and interpreted it. When a print goes to the third party lab the labs techinician interprets the digital file to their own perception.
A custom signed mat with a backing is available to fit an 11x14 frame for an additional $16
If you would like the total package of print,matting and framing assembled ready to display. It would be $75 and $6.95 shipping and handling. Contact me for frame choices.
Other sizes available:
5x7 $15 slightly cropped
8x10 $25 severely cropped
8x12 $30 full frame
12x18 $75 full frame
16x24 $150 full frame
Full frame means the entire image as presented by the artist.
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Copyrighted john A Harmon 1994-2013
All Rights Reserved
I can also accept orders over the phone at my bricks and mortar gallery www.JohnHarmonGallery.com * 336.363.9138 I will ship outside of US and Canada just contact me for a shipping quote

If you would like commercial usage of this photo contact me for availability and a quote. This includes artist reference.

John Harmon Gallery

The fine art photography of award winning photographer John Harmon is being offered in this shop. www.JohnHarmon.com Specializing in sailing and bird prints with some great landscapes. . You can visit the bricks and mortar John Harmon Gallery in Roaring Gap North Carolina In the Blue Ridge Mountains www.JohnHarmonGallery.com