The Michigan Moments Series – 2009
Fine art canvas, gallery-wrapped prints, sprayed with a UV coating and meticulously stretched on a frame 1.5″ thick.
Please inquire if you wish to purchase a canvas – offered at very special price to support the ArtPrize display! Sold on a first-come-first-served basis, don’t wait if you see one you like!
There will be at least 16 images total – not all of them are ready to be seen here, but will be by August 20. Michigan residents must add the 6% sales tax. If you are not in the West Michigan area and require shipping – please contact me to make shipping arrangements, there will be a fee.
Click on the thumbnails below to see the FULL image:
If canvas is not your style, and you are still considering supporting the expenses related to the ArtPrize installation – PayPal gift certificates are available!
You may use the PayPal gift certificates for any of Stacy’s images at MichiganMoments (not just the ArtPrize series!). Choose a traditional photo prints in various sizes, greeting cards, calendars (2010 version coming soon!), or even schedule a photo session!
This is my first solid mock-up of my installation for SanChez. It was set up in 1:18 of the scale of the wall, which is 36″ in length. The images are 36×24, 20×30 or 18×12 in size.
If you click on the image below, you can see it even larger – just know that it you’ll end up having to scroll “sideways” to take it all in!
Tips to Care for Canvas
Prints can be wiped with a slightly damp, clean, chemical-free cloth.
For optimum longevity, keep out of direct sunlight. Don’t place stretched prints too close to direct heat or high variations in cold/warm.
Canvas can be tightened if it becomes loose. You can purchase canvas retentioner at any craft store or on the internet. It can be sprayed on the BACK of the canvas and let dry overnight or for a few hours.
Touch up – You can touch up small spots in the canvas with thin-tipped markers if your canvas gets scratched or damaged. Be very careful when touching up specks. Artists can also use paint to touch up small blemishes if needed.