Monday, October 18, 2010

Celebrating Autumn

Autumn has slipped by too quickly this year. A huge storm came and blew many if not most of the leaves away up in the mountains. I managed to make this spiral before they were lost.
Literally this is the calm before the storm.

Hoping to get out and find a few more potential places to work, but there is snow in the mountains now so it won't be long before it gets here.

A lovely customer has left a question that I will answer here. She asked if prints can be made of any of the images one finds here and the answer is a resounding YES! I can create custom Giclee digital prints of any image here on my blog or from my website, or any image from the DVD. I can print any size over 8 x 10 that you'd like. Prints on canvas cost a little more initially, but there is no other framing that is required, and there is no reflection from glass. The prints on canvas have a softer look that is quite pleasing. If you want absolute crispness and all the tiny details to show up like in a photograph, it is probably better to order a print on paper. The paper prints are deeply saturated and have an almost velvet-like quality, but they do need to be framed under glass.

I already have some prints available in my online gallery here. Visiting the gallery will give you an idea of the cost of the prints in different sizes and formats (paper or canvas) Please keep in mind that these prices include shipping! If you want a custom print (something not already in the gallery), there will be a small additional charge of $10 because I need to get a press proof done first to make sure the colours are correct. Another good thing to consider is that prints can be ordered as gifts and shipped to your lucky recipient. If you are wanting a custom print for holiday giving, please allow plenty of time (3 weeks minimum) for the proofing and final printing.

If you have any questions or requests for prints, please feel free to contact me directly.

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Welcome to the enchanted world of Environmental art and Faerie Houses sculptures created by Sally J Smith. Here you will find photos of the artist's unique art-forms and hear some of the stories from behind the scenes as she shares with you her creative process.