I always choose high quality and archival and eco friendly materials when possible.
My paintings are acrylic on wood, mdf, aluminum and acrylic panels.
Earlier paintings are on canvas and linen.
Reverse paintings are on acrylic or glass.
The paintings and prints are framed by me or DIY and commercially.
Some frames are customized using mediums, wood and mdf cutouts and finished with acrylic paints.
My prints are archival chromogenic c-prints, archival pigment prints,
archival dye sublimation prints on ChromaLuxe® aluminum panels
or acrylic Diasec® face mounted.
Diasec® is the registered trademark for the original method of face-mounting prints, such as photographs on acrylic sheet. The process was invented by Heinz Sovilla-Brulhart in 1969.
ChromaLuxe® is an ISO 9001 CERTIFIED ORGANIZATION, ChromaLuxe is committed to the following principles: a strong customer focus, leadership, involvement of people, process approach, system approach to management, continual improvement, fact-based decision making and mutually beneficial supplier relationships.
After I create the files the prints are produced by commercial studios and labs
who specialize in archival fine art printing via digital upload.
or sold as DIY
to insure authenticity and ownership.
Identifying signatures, marks, symbols and stickers are on reverse.
There is also a QR* code on reverse that can be scanned with your phone and will open a link directly to this main website.
All prints have a QR code as part of the front image plus the back stickers.
There are scannable NFC tags on the reverse as well which forward to authorized
web locations for authenticity verification..
All of my work is www.SiteSpecific.art meaning each image topic or series is
supported by a unique domain name and URL.
The dozens of internet domains all forward to my main website.
I am happy to answer any questions just use the contact form.
*I use the android Lightning QRcode Scanner found on the Google Play Store.
There are also QR scanners for ios devices.
QR = Quick Response
note: Starting January 1, 2019 all prints have a QR code on the front image as
well as on the reverse.
Some older images on this site will be updated with a QR code when printed.