Alan Majchrowicz Photography is proud to offer premium exhibition quality Fine Art Prints of the beauty from our natural world. Images of our nature can add warmth, beauty, elegance, calm, and healing to any environment. Studies in Evidence Based Design have show that nature scenes can reduce stress and promote faster healing in patients. In addition, these same images can increase production and creativity in office environments. My fine art prints can help bring these qualities into your residence, office, hospitality, or health care interior.
All of our prints are produced to critical standards on the highest quality archival materials. Each finished print is personally inspected and signed before shipping to the customer.
How To Purchase Prints: On our Main Site, select an image and just click on the Buy a Print button, then choose your desired print surface and size from the drop down menu.
On our Archive Site, select an image and click Add to Cart, then select your desired surface and print size from the menu.
Paper Prints: Printed on museum quality fine art paper with a soft luster finish, ultra-high resolution, vivid color rendition and exceptional image stability. Prints ship flat or rolled depending on size.
Metallic Prints: High gloss prints with an incredible luminescent quality. Produced using a heat sublimation process that actually infuses the image onto sheet aluminum. This process produces a print of incredibly rich color, depth, detail and durability. Prints come finished with a “float mount” backer and radius corners (approximately 1/8″). In addition metal prints come with hardware ready to hang on your wall, no frame needed!
Gallery Canvas Wraps: Printed directly onto museum-quality canvas material using high-quality archival inks. A lustre laminate is applied to each piece to protect the surface of the print. Canvas wraps also eliminate the need (and cost) of framing. Comes with hardware ready to hang on your wall.
Gallery Canvas Wraps
Discounts are available on quantities of three or more prints. We also provide larger discounts for businesses such as Art Consultants, Interior Designers and Galleries with large projects.
If you plan on ordering three or more prints, or have a large project, please contact us and we will be happy to work with you on a quote.
Large Projects and Quantity Orders
If you require a large amount of prints for a special project, either commercial or residential, we would be happy to discuss your needs. Also, in certain instances we can arrange to visit your site with sample prints. Please note, very large orders may require a deposit before entering into production.
There are no additional charges for shipping*, all prices listed above and in checkout include shipping. Depending on size of prints and quantity we use either U.S. Postal Service or UPS. Other shipping methods can be arranged on request.
Paper prints are shipped rolled or flat depending on size. Gallery Canvas Wraps and Metal Prints ship flat, with larger sized packaged in sturdy crates.
*free shipping applies only to the United States and Canada. Please contact us for international shipping charges. However, large quantities orders and projects, including but not limited to freight delivery, may require the addition of shipping charges.
Notes on Print Handling
Display all prints, including metal gallery canvas wraps and paper, away from direct sunlight and other sources of strong UV rays. Also, keep your prints away from sources of harmful airborne particles such as fireplaces and heaters.
Metallic Prints: Printed on coated aluminum sheets, very minor imperfections such as small bumps on the print surface may be present, but they are rarely are noticeable enough to detract from the appearance. We cannot remake Metal Prints due to these slight imperfections, unless they are located in a very prominent part of the image.
Paper Prints: Use utmost care in handling your print. The surface is very delicate and can be easily scratched and damaged.
Treat your print like any other artwork, such as etchings or serigraphs. Handle paper prints as gently as possible. When doing so, be sure that your hands are freshly washed to minimize transfer of oils from your skin. Because paper is damaged by prolonged contact with chemically unstable materials, the choice of materials for storage and exhibition is critical. Mats, folders, and storage boxes should be labeled acid-free or 100% cotton rag. Store matted works or foldered items in flat files or in appropriately sized boxes specifically designed for storing works of art or documents. Store oversize objects flat whenever possible, not rolled or folded. Keep unframed prints in a cool and dry environment. Warm or moist conditions can also accelerate deterioration and encourage mold growth and insect activity. Also protect prints from environmental pollutants and airborne particulates
Matting and framing your paper prints with archival materials and techniques provides the best protection for your art on paper. In addition, we recommend acid-free or rag mats combined with a UV protectant glass.
For more detailed information on caring for and framing your print please visit the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works at www.conservation-us.org