I love it when the sunlight is at an angle (morning and evening) and the beams of light skip across the tops of trees and hills. The strong contrasts guide your eye and make it easy to focus on just what is highlighted, instead of trying take everything in at once. With the information overload that is modern life, so many things clamoring for attention, I find having a focus very restful for my mind :) This painting was inspired by a photo taken by Beverly “Woody” Ham on her farm in the hills of North Carolina.
You can choose to have your print produced on archival acid-free paper or canvas. Both styles use archival inks so that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. Archival paper prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired. Canvas prints include a 2.5" white border around the image.
All art prints are made to order, and will ship out in 8-10 business days directly from the print house. Prints will arrived rolled in a tube. If you would like to order a mat and/or frame as well, drop me a note in the “Ask a Question” section below, and I would be happy to discuss custom options with you :)
-Note on shipping calculation. This is especially important for international buyers! The shipping you will see at check out is an estimate made by the shipping program. Once your order is packaged up I will get the actual shipping rate. Any additional shipping costs or credits will be billed or refunded once the package size, weight, and shipping location are confirmed. You will be notified of any increase in shipping cost before the item ships :) Due to Covid-19, shipping rates and availability are constantly changing, if a shipping fee turns out to be significantly higher then the estimate given to you at check out, you will be free to cancel your order and receive a full refund.
Please note that the sale of a print does not include any image reproduction or licensing rights. Image ownership and all licensing and reproduction rights are maintained by the artist.