I’m super excited to announce that my robot paintings are now available bigger than ever! Up until now, after the original painting has sold, I’ve only been able to offer prints up to 8×10. I’ve been working with a professional printer to come up with a new product that I adore – robots on metal!
The thin metal sheet is super lightweight, so even at 16×20 inches, it is still easy to hang. A French cleat is attached to the back so the robot sits about 1/2 an inch off the wall. No additional framing needed.
The glossy finish looks gorgeous (though difficult to photograph) & only requires dusting with a soft cloth. The process my print company uses to infuse the metal with the ink is archival quality & should last long after robots have begun to rule the world.
This limited edition series of metal prints is listed for sale in my Etsy shop. Click here to order online.
I will also have him available for pick up in person in Vancouver. We will be at Granville Island Public Market from September 2nd through 7th.
2 thoughts on “Limited Edition Metal Prints”
Stunning work .. absolutely beuiatful .. to depict our world and the beauty that surrounds us, and yet what we either cannot, or dont have the time to see, in such minute detail is a gift to all those that are given the opportunity to see the world through your eyes through your photographs .. a delicate touch of tranquility and charm. You should publish a book .. are you in the magazines . national geographic . horticultural magazines ? .. etc etc etc how about an exhibition where you project your photographs on layers of glass, foreground, midde ground, and background kinda like a three dimensional holographic projection then as the observer moves around the instalation we see different views moving, shifting in parralax .. or maybe projections, reflections on glass and water sometimes the water moving, sometimes still .. anyhows he he .. go mainstream and think big truly beuiatful images.
Hello Kris Brownlee. My name is Chad Vickers and i am a musician and i was wondering if i could use this robot painting as the artwork on my next album. I am not a very famous artist i just enjoy making music in my free time and i print out cds and just sell them locally in my home town. I would be sure to include your name to give credit to the painting and id leave a link to your website as well. I was just wondering if that would be ok. Either way its no problem just please let me know. Thank you