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Mossy Fall

Laki Lava Field, Iceland

Laki was a volcano that erupted for 8 months straight in 1783, killing most of Iceland's livestock and 25% of the human population. It's lava fields extend for miles and miles and much of the sharp boulders are now covered in moss. The contrast of the fall colors on the small bushes made for a great intimate scene. In the full sized image, you can see streaking rain as well. Photo © copyright by Paul Marcellini.

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Luster Print Limited Edition

Mossy Fall print

Printed on Ilford GALERIE Prestige Smooth Pearl, a high-density heavyweight base and smooth finish that eliminates glare and fingerprints and is a great choice for all lighting conditions.

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Canvas Gallery Wrap Limited Edition

Canvas Gallery Wrap Limited Edition

Canvas gallery wraps are a great way to obtain a ready to hang product. Museum cotton canvas is wrapped around an internal wooden frame. They have a UV protective spray that protects from sunlight and scratches, and adds waterproofing to the face of the print. More economical than traditional framing, a canvas wrap is an attractive way to add a modern look to your walls.

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Aluminum Print Limited Edition

Aluminum Print Limited Edition

A new process infuses the ink into the metal panel for a uniquely vibrant, luminant, and durable piece of art. Like the gallery wrap canvas, this is a finished, ready to hang product that requires no glass or frame. The print appears to be floating on the wall with a hidden mount system for a very modern look.

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My prints are all made using the finest quality papers and inks. The limited editions will only be printed 100 times and they go up in value as the edition sells out. Currently, I increase the price every 20 prints sold. 1-10 are artist reserves and will be released at my discretion when the edition has sold out.