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Firstly, let me say this is one of my dearest favorites. I love this artwork and the finished product with the hand embellishments I put on the canvas is stunning, if I may say so myself. Most of what I create I am my own worse critic, but this piece I am actually proud of because it is as close to defining my spirit and prefered style as anything I ever created. I have a huge piece of this art hanging in my living room and look at it everyday. The entire makeup and style is a perfect example of what I consider my best work.
I have been to Rosslyn Chapel, of "The Da Vinci Code" fame, several times and there are few more amazing pieces of architecture than this anywhere in the Uk, perhaps the world. The chapel has a colorful history religiously dating from the 1400's. In more recent times there have been theories promoted about a real connection with the legendary Knights Templar and their search for the Holy Grail. This connection was made all the more interesting with the making of the highly successful film, "The Da Vinci Code". The outside of the building is absolutely beautiful, but the inside of the chapel is just as beautiful and a marvelous work of architectural design. One of the unique qualities of Rosslyn is that three sides of the structure are equally spectacular. This piece features, what I consider, the side, although two other sides could be considered the front purely from a structural and esthetic view.
Rosslyn Chapel 1
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I use MOAB Slickrock Metallic Silver 300 stock for all of my Giclée prints. This high-end metallic media adds lots of depth to the appearance of my work and features an exceptional reflective shine. This media highlights my artwork by creating an almost 3-dimensional look to my Giclée’s.
I use Hahnemuhle Daguerre Canvas for all of my canvas work. This canvas media is a high-end matt-coated poly-cotton, fine art canvas with a fine, uniform surface texture. It produces clean, fresh colors, and the finest details.
My Limited Edition Canvas Issues are collectable pieces that are created one at a time by hand involving several hours of individual hands-on work. I use a combination of photography, digital art, painting, varnishes, and embellishments to create a uniqueness in each piece that is different from every other piece. Each issue is signed, numbered, and the customer receives a Certificate Of Authenticity with their artwork.