This is a fine art photography print of the Grand Teton Mountain Range taken from an overlook in the National Park. While we were there in 2021, haze from the wildfires out west floated over the mountain range, giving it a misty blue quality. Deep green pine trees are in the foreground of the image framing the mountain peaks, and you can see Jackson Lake at the base of the mountains.
What does it mean that these prints are “end-to-end carbon neutral”? It means that energy usage is minimized by the printer wherever possible and energy comes from suppliers of renewable energy. Where unavoidable, all of the carbon emissions created by the printer are offset via The Gold Standard and funding projects aimed at creating a safer climate and more sustainable world.
Each of my fine art prints uses hand picked archival art paper with Giclée style printing. Giclée printing means the images are higher resolution with unrivaled color accuracy. My prints use fade-resistant, archival inks meaning they will look just as beautiful as the day you got it for the next 80 years.
There are 4 different print sizes available for purchase, each with the option of no border or a 1/2 inch white border around the outside of the printed area for matting, accounting for 8 different purchase options. Custom sizes, paper type, matting and framing are also available upon request.
Option 1: 8 x 12 inches
Option 2: 9 x 13 inches (8 x12 inch print area with ½” border)
Option 3: 12 x 18 inches
Option 4: 13 x 19 inches (12 x18 inch print area with ½” border)
Option 5: 16 x 24 inches
Option 6: 17 x 25 inches (16 x 24 inch print area with ½” border)
Option 7: 24 x 36 inches
Option 8: 25 x 37 inches (24 x 36 inch print area with ½” border)
Or Inquire About Customization!