Daddy’s Almond Tree

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For years I have been taking pictures, the camera has become a central and essential part of my life. Suddenly a few years ago I realized that my late father, who passed away when I was 21, was also taking pictures and that we had a collection of slides that every few months, as children, we use to watch during a special family night. Of course, I immediately took care of transferring the collection to my study, and since then I have worked with it a lot, creating, getting inspired, corresponding with my father’s works. This flourishing almond tree is a tribute to the almond trees that my father photographed somewhere in the 1960s.

The Art works offered for sale in the store are printed and framed in workshops that specialize in framing for photography. The photographs are printed using wide format (up to 162 cm) inkjet printers on Fine Art papers that are more durable and also can help preserve the image in an archival level for a long period of time. in addition, their color gamut is very wide.

The aluminum frames are from the creator of “Nielsen” they provide quality profiles with a contemporary look. These are strong frames that can carry large weights, and at the same time provide a product with a delicate and light look.  In addition, there are also wood coated aluminum profiles, they come Wenga coated, Maple coated and Oak.

The wooden frames are made of solid wood Maple or Oak. Additional wood framing includes frames made of Poplar wood and painted in an opaque color. These frames come in Black, White and Gray.

Acrylic – Face Mounting

Is a technique that protects the print from both sides without the need for framing. in this method the print is located between two rigid layers – the front layer is made from a transparent Acrylic (matte or glossy) that highlights the clarity of the colors and details. The back layer, which is made from Dibond, keeps the print from any harm.

In addition, the print is also distanced from the wall (1 or 2 cm) by an aluminum back frame that is attached to the back of the dibond.

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