Sculpted photographs are housed within a light weight case about one inch thick.  Sheet metal preserves the shape but does not substantially increase their weight, so they can easily be framed and wall mounted.  It's recommended to work with a local shop to best match a frame to furnishings where the art will be displayed.  Traditional black wooden frames with museum quality UV acrylic glazing are available from the artist.

The image part of the sculpture is originally taken with a 5x7 wooden film camera, and then digitally scanned to provide a roughly 300MP resolution picture.  From there the image is dusted, toned and sometimes warped to meet the demands that later sculpting will require.

A signature is discretely carved on the print, and can be revealed by glancing the the surface with a flashlight.  All prints are made using archival pigment inks on archival paper with color steadfastness surpassing the longevity of archival dark room prints. The paper has a completely matte finish to eliminate reflection and enhance the three-dimensional illusion.

Please contact the artist for more information on a specific work, pricing and availability of commissioned works.