I Remember Warner
* Story Behind the Image *
🚂Did you know that “Grain elevators were invented by Joseph Dart and Robert Dunbar in 1842 in Buffalo, New York.
They created the grain elevators to help with the problem of unloading and storing grain that was being transported through the Erie Canal. “ ~ Aghires .
🚂Maybe it’s my train nerd side but I found that tidbit super interesting! 😂
🚂Anyway here is another look at Warner and it’s Elevator Row. And how it looked back in 2013. Two of the elevators were demolished in 2014.
* Print details *
My prints are professionally printed on archival Kodak paper or Baryta Fine Art Paper; depending on which medium you choose.
To see what the Fine Art Paper Prints look like and to read more details on this medium please visit this Link: Fine Art paper Print
* 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 1.5-1.75" wood bars. Canvas Prints are limited edition and each print is numbered 1 and through 99. Please inquire if you are wondering which number your print will be.
* Metal Print Details *
Images are dye-infused onto Aluminum. They are durable, hard & scratch resistant, waterproof and can be cleaned with regular glass cleaner (avoid direct sunlight). They come with hanging hardware and the corners are rounded with a fashionable 1/8” radius.
* 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.
*ABOUT MY WORK* My work is created due to a passion for photography and each image is meant to capture character or the heart of the moment. Each image also reflects how I felt at the moment I took that image. As a local Edmonton artist it is an amazing feeling to have the opportunity to share my work with you. Thank you for choosing to buy handmade and supporting the made local, small business movement. Your purchase supports my little family. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.