The final promotional piece for the Aldric & Anneliese is now available through my ImageKind gallery.
The three pieces were created for the book's trailer (watch below). I decided to make them available to the public as some of my first signed and dated Giclée prints. There are three in this series, a triptych. I purposefully sized them, and matted/framed them, to compliment each other on one's wall.
Now that all three are ready, let me show each with the matting and frame, plus a couple presentation ideas.
Here is a scale estimate of the final piece, matted and framed, so you have an idea of how it would look on your wall.
The finished fine art piece, with frame and matting, is 35" x 22.6". The print is on an Enhanced Matte ground at 32.0" x 19.1", the frame is a classy Matte Black Basic at 0.38" width, the top mat is in a soothing Harbor Blue and the inner mat is in Bridgewater.
Here is the scale estimate for this framed piece.
The finished fine art piece, with frame and matting, is 27.3" x 35.5". The print is on an Enhanced Matte ground at 24" x 32", the frame is a classy Matte Black Basic at 0.38" width, the top mat is in a soothing Harbor Blue and the inner mat is in Bridgewater.
And the final scaled estimate ...
The finished size: 35.3" x 22.6". It's print on Enhanced Matte ground: 32.0" x 19.1". The frame is Matte Black Basic, 0.38" width, ID: 429 with the top mat in Harbor Blue and an inner mat in Bridgewater.
The Glazing for all three is acrylic, to ensure the safety of the print in shipping. Glass can always be added at a local frame shop, once you receive them.
Now for the book trailer these were created for (best if viewed in larger formats):
Also, some presentation ideas:
Of course, you could always divide them up, and display them individually throughout your home. To find out more about the quality of my Giclée prints, check out the post for my first print, Tarranau.
I have already sold a few prints, and am hoping this is another way for people to enjoy my work. Feel free to leave comments. I love comments.
Until next time...
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