Give the Gift of Art for Christmas

Even if you missed our fun “BeerZaar” event at the Issaquah Brewhouse last night, there’s still a little time to think about giving the gift of art for Christmas or other holidays this season.

Fine art photography prints signed by the artist make a distinctive and personal gift that shows you really put some thought into your selection.

For example, my portraits of horses in the Pacific Northwest and in Iceland have really resonated with horse lovers. I’ve actually had folks I’ve never met walk up to me and say things like, “I have your horse photos all over my walls at home! They were gifts from a friend!”.

Watchful Canvas 3D

“Watchful”, an Appaloosa from The Palouse, printed on canvas.

Another favorite idea is to send prints of the beautiful mountains and scenery of the Pacific Northwest to friends and relatives “back home” who have never visited. Whether the point is to share the wonders of our beautiful landscapes or just make them envious, who’s to say?

Sunrise above the Clouds at Sunrise, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington

The world below covered in dense fog, this sunrise view of Mount Rainier presented itself on the trails high above the Sunrise Visitor Center in Mount Rainier National Park.

Every image in the Image Gallery on my website is available in every size from tiny to huge, either printed on canvas stretched over a frame or printed on a beautiful metallic photographic paper and matted, suitable for framing.

So what if you like the idea but don’t feel comfortable choosing art for someone else? I have two solutions for that. First, if you do choose something and it doesn’t work out, you can return it for exchange or refund for up to a full year. Or, if you’d prefer not to make a selection at all, contact me and I’ll arrange to get you a gift certificate for the size and style you need. The warranty applies to certificates as well, so you really can’t go wrong!

Here is the complete list of prices for both canvas and metallic prints. See my Price List page for complete details.

Canvas Gallery Wrap Price List

Print Size Square Print Size Price
5"x7" 6"x6" $41
8"x10" 10"x10" $54
11"x14" 12"x12" $81
16"x20" 16"x16" $127
20"x24" 20"x20" $182
24"x30" 24"x24" $237
30"x40" 30"x30" $310
32"x48" 36"x36" $400
12"x36" Panoramic N/A $136
20"X60" Panoramic N/A $300

Metallic Print Price List

Frame Size Square Frame Size Matted Framed
8"x10" 8"x8" $32 $54
11"x14" 12"x12" $52 $100
N/A 14"x14" $70 $145
16"x20" 18"x18" $90 $173
20"x24" 24"x24" $136 $264
24"x30" 30"x30" $182 $355
30"x40" N/A $255 $447
6"x18" Panoramic N/A N/A $127
12"x36" Panoramic N/A N/A $300

Finally, here are my most popular sellers to give you some inspiration. Or, you could just get that someone special another sweater!

Winter Light on El Cap, Yosemite National Park, California

Late afternoon light paints the huge wall of El Capitan, as viewed through the bare branches of a black oak tree, in Yosemite National Park, California.

Prusik Peak Reflection at Sunset, Alpine Lakes Wilderness, Washington

Prusik Peak is reflected in Gnome Tarn at sunset in The Enchantments, an area regarded as one of the most spectacular locations in the Cascade Range, in Alpine Lakes Wilderness, Washington.

Fishing Nets on the Dock, Cassis, France

These brightly colored fishing nets were thrown in a pile on a dock on the Mediterranean coast, in Cassis, France.

Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel, Mt. Assiniboine Provincial Park, British Columbia

A Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel comes out from his den to inquire about snacks. While other squirrels were being dug up from their dens in open fields and consumed by hungry grizzly bears, this little fellow had built his den under a sturdy hikers’ bridge, in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park, British Columbia.

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4 Responses to “Give the Gift of Art for Christmas”

  1. Ed:

    Love the new stuff you posted. How is the life of a full-time artist going? Also, what email are you using these days?


  2. Joe Stinson says:

    Nice work (site and photos) Ed!