For more information on the making of this image, please see my Journal article The Making of Bakong Temple, Study I, Angkor, Cambodia. 2018.
This limited edition work is printed on museum quality paper made from bamboo fibres. Bamboo represents spirituality, naturalness and resource-saving paper production. Not only is this fine art paper highly sustainable and very eco-friendly (see below), but it is also a pleasantly warm and natural white paper, free from optical brightening agents (OBAs), that accentuates the delightfully subtle tonal gradation and exquisite detail of this image, and the felt textured matte surface enhances the seemingly three-dimensional image depth that I worked so hard to create. This acid- and lignin-free, vegan paper offers maximum resistance to aging, so with proper care your print will give you and your family several lifetimes of pleasure and enjoyment!
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Each print is supplied with a unique certificate of authenticity, embossed and secured with a Hologram Security System, to certify and preserve the authenticity of your artwork.
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These original prints are hand made, and not all sizes are kept in inventory. I will contact you within two business days with an estimated delivery date and tracking details. Special orders may take up to 4 weeks for delivery.
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1 Sizes given are for the printed area; all prints are made with an additional 1 inch (2.54 cm) border.
Bespoke print sizes available on request.
Images of framed prints are for reference only; your print will be delivered to your door unmounted and unframed.
Prices are subject to change as the limited edition availability reduces.
Not only do I ensure that my artworks are produced to the finest quality standards, but I am also equally careful about the impact they will have on the environment. All of my prints are produced on bamboo paper. The bamboo plants that provide the paper cellulose require minimal maintenance, grow quickly, and don’t need any pesticides. Their rapid growth means that more cellulose can be produced on the same cropland than with other raw materials, and they also require much less water, helping to save valuable resources and protect the environment. Also, as your print is produced, the carbon emissions that cannot be avoided are offset using The Gold Standard program, an investment approach recommended by Greenpeace. This includes emissions due to worldwide delivery.
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