|Title||Width x height
|Beaver Lake||24″ x 15.25″||200||0||—|
|Breaking Wave||15.25″ x 24″||125||68||$200.00|
|Kokanee||15.25″ x 24″||100||0||—|
|Log Booms||15.25″ x 24″||100||72||$200.00|
|Long Wave||24″ x 13.875″||100||0||—|
|Pacific Swell||36″ x 23″||60||39||$200.00|
|Raindrops||24″ x 15.25″||50||6||$200.00|
|Shallow Water||17.25″ x 24″||117||67||$200.00|
|Spawning Salmon||24″ x 15.25″||110||74||$200.00|
|Surf at Long Beach||15.125″ x 24″||50||15||$200.00|
|Waterfall (a)||4.5 x 12″||125||84||$50.00|
|Waterfall (b)||9.2″ x 24″||115||60||$200.00|
|Whitewater||24″ x 15.25″||110||4||$200.00|
If one of my paintings is particularly popular I make a screen print from it. I hand-cut indirect photo-stencils; these are positive stencils that are bonded onto screens. A positive is needed for each inked colour. There are typically 24 colours in one of my prints. I use lacquer inks on rag paper. It takes a day for me to cut the positive, mix and pass ink through the screen, and let the paper dry for each colour. These are limited edition prints and I am the print maker. It is less common for an artist to make his own prints.
My prints sell for $200. The exception is a small print called Waterfall (a). By photographically reducing the positives from Waterfall (b), I was able to use the already mixed inks and use paper off cuts from the larger print. These savings allow me sell a limited edition screen print for $50.
Pricing information is available via email. Please reference the title of the painting in the body of your email.