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Momijigari No 2 Autumn colour open edition digital collage print

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Momijigari No 2 Autumn colour open edition digital collage print

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ink, paper, card, mount board, aperture mount
  • Made to order
  • Favorited by: 2 people
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An open edition digital print made by digitally collaging photographs I took one autumn at the Westonbirt Arboretum in Gloucestershire, UK.

The title refers to the Japanese custom of Momijigari (紅葉狩), from the Japanese momiji (紅葉), "red leaves" or "maple tree" and kari (狩り), "hunting". This is the tradition of going to visit scenic areas where leaves have turned red in the autumn. Many Japanese people take part in this, with the cities of Nikkō and Kyoto being particularly famous destinations. The tradition is said to have originated in the Heian era as a cultured pursuit, and is the reason why many deciduous trees can be found in the Kyoto area. There is also a tradition of going to see areas where grasses change colour, such as on the Oze plain. Similar customs also apply to the viewing of Cherry Blossom in spring.

I believe the same custom is called 'leaf peeping' in the US and Canada. Westonbirt Arboretum in the UK, where the source photos were taken, also promotes the practice.

About the print
This not a copy of a work in another medium and is therefore NOT a reproduction. It has been conceived from the outset in digital format with the aim of creating a print on paper.

It is available as an open edition print about 11" x 8" (300mm x 230mm) in size. It is available both mounted and unmounted. Mounts are sized to fit a 16" x 12" frame, but you can select any size you wish, subject only to the package being mailable safely. Contact me BEFORE ordering if you require a different size to that shown. Failure to do so will lead to delay in delivery, since custom mounts are specially cut.

The print will be made on a smooth finish art paper about 300gsm. The quoted dimensions are approximate and refer to the size of the image not the paper sheet on which it is printed.

You are buying the physical print only. I retain all other rights of reproduction. In particular the edition size is limited to 50, but I reserve the right to use the image in other forms such as note cards and apparel beyond that. Any frame shown is for illustrative purposes only and is not included in the price.

You may purchase cards with this image directly from me - see the Notecard section or contact me if the image is not listed.

The print will be made to order on a Canon Pro9500 Mark II printer with archival quality pigment inks by Canon. It will be shipped flat in reinforced packaging.

This is one of a series of prints with an autumnal feel, all made from the same set of photographs. You can find more here:

http://www.etsy.com/search_results_shop.php?search_type=user_shop_ttt_id_7795&search_query=autumn+colour
An open edition digital print made by digitally collaging photographs I took one autumn at the Westonbirt Arboretum in Gloucestershire, UK.

The title refers to the Japanese custom of Momijigari (紅葉狩), from the Japanese momiji (紅葉), "red leaves" or "maple tree" and kari (狩り), "hunting". This is the tradition of going to visit scenic areas where leaves have turned red in the autumn. Many Japanese people take part in this, with the cities of Nikkō and Kyoto being particularly famous destinations. The tradition is said to have originated in the Heian era as a cultured pursuit, and is the reason why many deciduous trees can be found in the Kyoto area. There is also a tradition of going to see areas where grasses change colour, such as on the Oze plain. Similar customs also apply to the viewing of Cherry Blossom in spring.

I believe the same custom is called 'leaf peeping' in the US and Canada. Westonbirt Arboretum in the UK, where the source photos were taken, also promotes the practice.

About the print
This not a copy of a work in another medium and is therefore NOT a reproduction. It has been conceived from the outset in digital format with the aim of creating a print on paper.

It is available as an open edition print about 11" x 8" (300mm x 230mm) in size. It is available both mounted and unmounted. Mounts are sized to fit a 16" x 12" frame, but you can select any size you wish, subject only to the package being mailable safely. Contact me BEFORE ordering if you require a different size to that shown. Failure to do so will lead to delay in delivery, since custom mounts are specially cut.

The print will be made on a smooth finish art paper about 300gsm. The quoted dimensions are approximate and refer to the size of the image not the paper sheet on which it is printed.

You are buying the physical print only. I retain all other rights of reproduction. In particular the edition size is limited to 50, but I reserve the right to use the image in other forms such as note cards and apparel beyond that. Any frame shown is for illustrative purposes only and is not included in the price.

You may purchase cards with this image directly from me - see the Notecard section or contact me if the image is not listed.

The print will be made to order on a Canon Pro9500 Mark II printer with archival quality pigment inks by Canon. It will be shipped flat in reinforced packaging.

This is one of a series of prints with an autumnal feel, all made from the same set of photographs. You can find more here:

http://www.etsy.com/search_results_shop.php?search_type=user_shop_ttt_id_7795&search_query=autumn+colour

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