* Story Behind the Image *
Wooden grain elevators are part of the heritage of living on the prairies. In Alberta, Canada, these prairie sentinels are vanishing which is sad because they connect me to my childhood and memories of growing up on the Canadian prairies. Since I used to love trains as well, this series of images actually started off as a personal project. I was moved when my customers started to connect with these images too......
This image features an Alberta hopper car in front of Railway Avenue in Warner, Alberta. The elevator row in Warner is the very last row of elevators in Alberta. It is aptly entitled "Alberta Bound".
* Print details *
My prints are professionally printed on archival Kodak paper.
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* Canvas Details *
My canvas prints are printed on a polyester/flax blended canvas with giclee inks. They are finished with a polyurethane satin-finish varnish. They are mounted on a half inch wooden frame. Each print is signed by me.If the canvas size is 16x24" or larger then your print is gallery wrapped on thicker 2" wooden bars and it is a numbered limited edition; each print is numbered 1 and through 99. Please inquire if you are wondering which number your print will be.
* Additional Details *
All watermarks will be removed from your print! :)
Everybody's computer monitor is different, therefore due to individual computer screen calibration the color, brightness and sharpness on your print may not look exactly like what you see on your computer screen. My monitor is calibrated with my photo lab which means your print will turn out as I had artistically intended.
Please allow 1-2 weeks for order processing.