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Photography: Digital, Video, New Media, Metal, Environmental on Plastic, Steel, Other, Sound.
I have been on a journey, following a sea of troubles within our world. When I look at war and suffering within photojournalists work, I travel there in my imagination and feel despair.
I have tried to create my own reaction to the places they have taken me to.
'Ah Love, could thou and I with fate conspire
to grasp this sorry scheme of things entire
would not we shatter it to bits and then
re-mould it nearer to our hearts desire.'
At Nellie Shepherd's Studio our limited edition prints are printed onto premium Archival Grade (405gms) canvas stretched on a 45mm deep frame and pressure laminated for long life and resistance to fading.
Our stretched canvases are the best available and hand stretched by craftsmen. The frames are fitted with wedges to allow for adjustment over the life of the picture and are finished with taped backs and hangers so that they are ready to hang.
We use the top of the range large format Epson printer and genuine Epson pigment inks. Your image is printed at high resolution from RIP software using ICC profiles to ensure accurate colour.
We use a heavy 405gsm canvas, which is pH Neutral and meets the archival standards set forth by the ‘Fine Art Trade Guild’.
Prints are allowed to cure for 24 hours before being laminated using museum grade varnish Matte. This provides protection from scuffs and moisture. You are then able to wipe the canvas with a slightly damp cloth if required. The veneer also prevents the print from cracking. Your canvas will have an archival life of over 100 years!
Our stretcher bars are finger jointed from the best grade European Redwood Pine which means that the bars are clean, dry, knot and spore free as well as being strong and straight with a significantly reduced chance of warping over time.
All our limited print editions come with a certificate of authenticity and they are hand signed on the back of the canvas by Nellie Shepherd.
Size: 46 W x 32 H x 1.8 in