Willow ------- Landscape Digital Pigment Print by Alan Del Vecchio

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pigment ink on photograde paper

The Electric Rose Studio

Original Fine Art Prints, Photography and One of a Kind Originals by Alan Del Vecchio


These are original pigment prints on Red River Paper UltraPro Satin 4.0. I print on an Epson P800 at 300 dpi.

The image is centered on the page with approximately 1/2 to 1 inch (1.27 -2.54 cm) white border around for easy matting and framing. All prints are personally created, produced and signed by the artist and offered UNMATTED and UNFRAMED.

Optional 100% acid-free white matting to conventional frame sizes up up to 16 inches X 20 inches or custom sizes available. Contact me.

Prints are sprayed with Hahnemuhle Protective Spray for Fine Art Digital Prints. Protecting the delicate inkjet images from moisture, it also shields images from fingerprints and harmful UV rays

Colors may look slightly different in person due to differences in computer monitor settings.

PLEASE NOTE: that these are custom-printed for you and are not created until you place your order. It may take 2-5 days to get your prints made up and ready to ship, plus a few days to reach you.

Smaller prints and matted options up to 16 X20 are shipped flat in a Stay-Flat Mailer. Larger sizes are shipped rolled in a mailing tube.


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SHIPPING AND PAYMENTS

SHIPPING within the continental United States ONLY!

Small Stay Flat envelopes and Tubes ship 1st class package (2-3 business days).

Large sizes will have to ship USPS Parcel Select (2-9 business days)


Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Alan Del Vecchio,

I am a retired theater technician and artist living in Southern Vermont. My theater work had been seen in many major theaters, opera houses and various broadcast media.

I first began painting as a teen in the early 60?s and thru high school. I did a year at SVA in NYC, then enlisted in the USAF in 1966. I was able to do some painting during my enlistment, but also was introduced to photography. In 1973 I spent a year back at SVA working in photography.

In 1975 I inadvertently became involved in the design and construction of stage scenery. It quickly became my formidable career. In 1977 I did another year at The Mason Gross School of Art, in the theaters.

Aside from my 40 years of theater work, my passion had been backpacking and roaming the mountains. I began backpacking in 1970 developing a passion for the landscape and the seasons. I always carried my Nikkormat camera.

Now retired I find time to pursue the vision.

Much of my work is neither painting or photography, but a blending. People seeing my photography in the 90s often commented about it looking like painting. I moved in that direction and what you will be seeing here is a result of that. Most of my shoots have been taken over my many years of hiking. The images have been developing since the 90s when I began working digitally. The prints are all done now.

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DISPLAYING ART PRINTS

As with original artwork, your prints should be framed behind glass and displayed away from direct sunlight.

Drymount and Wetmount processes bond artwork to a board to prevent artwork from bubbling or cockling and are most appropriate for posters and photographs. Pieces of any value generally should not be dry or wet mounted since these processes are irreversible and can greatly affect any resale value. Museum mounting, commonly known as hinging, attaches the art with Japanese paper hinges to the board. The art hangs freely, allowing it to expand or contract with changes in humidity. Hinging or archival photo corners are recommended for original artwork, delicate photographs and other irreplaceable items.

Archival materials protect your art. ? Some common framing materials such as paper mats and cardboard contain acid that will gradually destroy your art. Using archival mats and backing boards will help protect art from the damaging effects of time and from common pollutants that cause yellowing and deterioration.

Choose glazing to protect your artwork. ? Glazing refers to the glass or acrylic material covering the artwork as a means of protection. There are many types of glass including regular clear glass, anti-reflective (chemically coated), non-glare (acid etched) and conservation glass (specially formulated to help filter UV light). There are also acrylic glazing products that come in the non-glare and UV filtering varieties. Acrylic is lighter in weight and is safer than glass but may require a soft cloth and a non-abrasive cleanser. It is ideal for oversized pieces, frames hanging in children?s rooms, or items to be shipped.

Probably the most important concern for your artwork, even after having it properly framed, is where you decide to hang and display it.

AVOID HANGING ANY PIECE OF ART WHERE IT WILL BE EXPOSED TO DIRECT SUNLIGHT and in areas susceptible to moisture. Exposure to direct sunlight and moisture has most likely damaged more art than any other elements of concern. Please make every effort to avoid having your art in a location which will have it face long periods of exposure to excess light or moisture from steam (such as bath or kitchens).

The primary cause of image fading on most photographic materials is "visible light". Nearly all two dimensional art should be framed and displayed under UV glass or Plexiglas to protect the image surface from the environment as UV Glass adds another layer of protection against ambient ultraviolet light.

What should I use to clean my picture framing glass?
Most commercial window cleaners, without Ammonia, are good for cleaning framing glass. Avoid all-purpose cleaners, disinfectants, or any cleaner that contains pumice, waxes, or harsh detergents. You should ALWAYS spray the cleaner on the cloth, then wipe the glass. Otherwise, if you spray directly on the glass, the liquid is likely to run down between the frame and glass, and could eventually wick up the framing package to the artwork.
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If you decide not to keep your purchase for any reason whatsoever, you may return it within 14 days and you will be reimbursed for the full value of the print.

All images created by Alan Del Vecchio are copyrighted. He will retain the rights of each image and although the original artwork may be sold, no permission is given for copies to be made of that image. The artist keeps the rights to make prints of any original he has created.
The Electric Rose Studio

Original Fine Art Prints, Photography and One of a Kind Originals by Alan Del Vecchio


These are original pigment prints on Red River Paper UltraPro Satin 4.0. I print on an Epson P800 at 300 dpi.

The image is centered on the page with approximately 1/2 to 1 inch (1.27 -2.54 cm) white border around for easy matting and framing. All prints are personally created, produced and signed by the artist and offered UNMATTED and UNFRAMED.

Optional 100% acid-free white matting to conventional frame sizes up up to 16 inches X 20 inches or custom sizes available. Contact me.

Prints are sprayed with Hahnemuhle Protective Spray for Fine Art Digital Prints. Protecting the delicate inkjet images from moisture, it also shields images from fingerprints and harmful UV rays

Colors may look slightly different in person due to differences in computer monitor settings.

PLEASE NOTE: that these are custom-printed for you and are not created until you place your order. It may take 2-5 days to get your prints made up and ready to ship, plus a few days to reach you.

Smaller prints and matted options up to 16 X20 are shipped flat in a Stay-Flat Mailer. Larger sizes are shipped rolled in a mailing tube.


**********************************
SHIPPING AND PAYMENTS

SHIPPING within the continental United States ONLY!

Small Stay Flat envelopes and Tubes ship 1st class package (2-3 business days).

Large sizes will have to ship USPS Parcel Select (2-9 business days)


Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions

**********************************

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Alan Del Vecchio,

I am a retired theater technician and artist living in Southern Vermont. My theater work had been seen in many major theaters, opera houses and various broadcast media.

I first began painting as a teen in the early 60?s and thru high school. I did a year at SVA in NYC, then enlisted in the USAF in 1966. I was able to do some painting during my enlistment, but also was introduced to photography. In 1973 I spent a year back at SVA working in photography.

In 1975 I inadvertently became involved in the design and construction of stage scenery. It quickly became my formidable career. In 1977 I did another year at The Mason Gross School of Art, in the theaters.

Aside from my 40 years of theater work, my passion had been backpacking and roaming the mountains. I began backpacking in 1970 developing a passion for the landscape and the seasons. I always carried my Nikkormat camera.

Now retired I find time to pursue the vision.

Much of my work is neither painting or photography, but a blending. People seeing my photography in the 90s often commented about it looking like painting. I moved in that direction and what you will be seeing here is a result of that. Most of my shoots have been taken over my many years of hiking. The images have been developing since the 90s when I began working digitally. The prints are all done now.

**********************************

DISPLAYING ART PRINTS

As with original artwork, your prints should be framed behind glass and displayed away from direct sunlight.

Drymount and Wetmount processes bond artwork to a board to prevent artwork from bubbling or cockling and are most appropriate for posters and photographs. Pieces of any value generally should not be dry or wet mounted since these processes are irreversible and can greatly affect any resale value. Museum mounting, commonly known as hinging, attaches the art with Japanese paper hinges to the board. The art hangs freely, allowing it to expand or contract with changes in humidity. Hinging or archival photo corners are recommended for original artwork, delicate photographs and other irreplaceable items.

Archival materials protect your art. ? Some common framing materials such as paper mats and cardboard contain acid that will gradually destroy your art. Using archival mats and backing boards will help protect art from the damaging effects of time and from common pollutants that cause yellowing and deterioration.

Choose glazing to protect your artwork. ? Glazing refers to the glass or acrylic material covering the artwork as a means of protection. There are many types of glass including regular clear glass, anti-reflective (chemically coated), non-glare (acid etched) and conservation glass (specially formulated to help filter UV light). There are also acrylic glazing products that come in the non-glare and UV filtering varieties. Acrylic is lighter in weight and is safer than glass but may require a soft cloth and a non-abrasive cleanser. It is ideal for oversized pieces, frames hanging in children?s rooms, or items to be shipped.

Probably the most important concern for your artwork, even after having it properly framed, is where you decide to hang and display it.

AVOID HANGING ANY PIECE OF ART WHERE IT WILL BE EXPOSED TO DIRECT SUNLIGHT and in areas susceptible to moisture. Exposure to direct sunlight and moisture has most likely damaged more art than any other elements of concern. Please make every effort to avoid having your art in a location which will have it face long periods of exposure to excess light or moisture from steam (such as bath or kitchens).

The primary cause of image fading on most photographic materials is "visible light". Nearly all two dimensional art should be framed and displayed under UV glass or Plexiglas to protect the image surface from the environment as UV Glass adds another layer of protection against ambient ultraviolet light.

What should I use to clean my picture framing glass?
Most commercial window cleaners, without Ammonia, are good for cleaning framing glass. Avoid all-purpose cleaners, disinfectants, or any cleaner that contains pumice, waxes, or harsh detergents. You should ALWAYS spray the cleaner on the cloth, then wipe the glass. Otherwise, if you spray directly on the glass, the liquid is likely to run down between the frame and glass, and could eventually wick up the framing package to the artwork.
____________________________________

If you decide not to keep your purchase for any reason whatsoever, you may return it within 14 days and you will be reimbursed for the full value of the print.

All images created by Alan Del Vecchio are copyrighted. He will retain the rights of each image and although the original artwork may be sold, no permission is given for copies to be made of that image. The artist keeps the rights to make prints of any original he has created.

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