Loch Awe, Scotland
The castle, which sits at the northeastern end of Loch Awe, was built around 1450 as a five story tower house with a courtyard defended by an outer wall. It was used until 1760 when it was badly damaged by lightning and was completely abandoned. It is now in the care of Historic Scotland and can be visited in the summer months.
I use the highest quality materials to ensure your prints will last for generations to come. All prints are hand signed and available in limited editions to 250, in various sizes as matted prints, stretched canvas, framed canvas, or metal.
Fine Art Matted Prints
Finished with an archival white mat, prints are mounted on a acid-free backing board. Each print is available in a variety of standard sizes, ready for your framing.
Stretched Canvas - Ready to Hang
For a more contempoary option, your selected image is printed on a high quality canvas and stretched around a wooden stretcher bar frame. The stretched canvas gives the image a softer, three-dimentional effect perfect for many of my images. A moisture and U.V. protectant are added. Once stretched, it is ready for hanging directly on your wall or adding a decorative frame to match your home decor.
Stretched Canvas with Premium Framing
This alternative gives your stretched canvas a finished look. A shadow box frame makes it appear as though the stretched canvas is floating within a black wooden frame. The shadow box effect allows you to view the stretch canvas as the image wraps around the edges while framing the artwork. The slight curve of the finshed 3-inch wide frame offers a soft delicate touch that completes the look and works in modern to traditional decors.