30x24 Archival giclée on acid free paper. Actual image size 22”X14.65”. Signed, numbered, limited edition of 10
In the late fall of 1982 I hiked up with a friend to an old haunt, Consolation Lake, Alberta. Here, where there was no one to be seen, the stillness and quiet was all encompassing. Everything looked to be in B&W even though this is an image where the colour has not been manipulated. The snow was slowly coming down off in the distance, while the water of the lake was absolutely still. The logs in the lake are very very old as the year round icy water is so cold, it acts as a preservative.
The paper I use for your prints is Breathing Color Elegance Velvet Platinum, which meets or exceeds the standards set forth by the Fine Art Trade Guild Certificate using their "Blue Wool" testing method. On this scale, the paper has a rating of 6 which means an empirical 100 years of light-fastness or resistance to fading.