Utstillingslokalet 2009

Fra egenfinansiert utstilling i Frognerveien, 2009.


gbrUsa30I do sell prints! You can order prints from the contact form here. The images are printed in limited editions of a maximum of 30 prints each.

My B/W and color images are printed with the most fade resistant Canon or Epson technology, on fine art quality papers from Canson, Hahnemühle, Moab or Innova.

For marketing reasons such fine art digital prints are often called by sophisticated names like Giclée*, Digigraphie, Pixographie or similar.

norskflaggh30Jeg selger prints! Det er mulig å bestille print av motivene fra kontaktskjemaet på kontaktsiden. Fotografiene printes kun i begrensede opplag (maks 30) og kan ha ulik motivstørrelse.

Mine s/h- eller fargemotiv printes med den mest holdbare teknologien fra Canon eller Epson på syrefritt kunst-papir fra Hahnemühle, Canson, Moab eller Innova.

Når denne typen print markedsføres kalles den gjerne Giclée*, Digigraphie, Pixographie og lignende.

From Wikipedia: The word giclée was created by Jack Duganne, a printmaker working at Nash Editions. He wanted a name for the new type of prints they were producing on the IRIS printer, a large-formathigh-resolution industrial prepress proofing inkjet printer they had adapted for fine-art printing. He was specifically looking for a word that would not have the negative connotations of “inkjet” or “computer generated”. It is based on the French wordgicleur, which means “nozzle” (the verb form gicler means “to squirt, spurt, or spray”)