The Winter 2018 Print Collection

(Available Until March 25th, 2018.)

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A seasonal collection of medium sized limited edition prints made available online. These museum quality prints are made with individuals with an appreciation for art about sociology and human connection in mind, followed by the desire to directly support the project.

 

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Oceanside V, 2017.

Limited edition, museum quality archival pigment print
Satin finish, smooth surface paper
Signed and numbered on verso
Starting at $295 USD. Price increases as edition sells.

Print Size:

10 x 18” image (on 13 x 19” paper) 
26 x 46 cm image (on 33 x 48 cm paper)
Edition of 15 with 1 AP

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Oceanside VIII, 2017.

Limited edition, museum quality archival pigment print
Satin finish, smooth surface paper
Signed and numbered on verso
Starting at $295 USD. Price increases as edition sells.

Print Size:

10 x 18” image (on 13 x 19” paper) 
26 x 46 cm image (on 33 x 48 cm paper)
Edition of 15 with 1 AP

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Oceanside IX, 2017.

Limited edition, museum quality archival pigment print
Satin finish, smooth surface paper
Signed and numbered on verso
Starting at $295 USD. Price increases as edition sells.

Print Size:

10 x 18” image (on 13 x 19” paper) 
26 x 46 cm image (on 33 x 48 cm paper)
Edition of 15 with 1 AP

 

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Details

Prints are made by the artist and can be shipped most anywhere. Orders usually take two weeks to prepare and package carefully for shipping through Canada Post's Priority Post Service. Cost of shipping is not included. Any duties and customs fees for orders outside Canada are to be paid by the recipient.

Sorry, no returns, exchanges, or refunds. The handling expenses, duties, and time involved are infeasible for a small studio; we would rather put the effort into offering you an excellent quality print, attention to details, and a smooth, hassle-free shipping experience.

If you have any questions, please do contact the studio. We're always happy to help.

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About the Leisure World Project

In the moments of life when we are supposed to have the most freedom, and place ourselves in the company of nature, Leisure World looks at the character and complexities of our actions.

The photographs do not attempt to provide answers or conclusions; Leisure World rather raises questions about the authenticity and impact of our actions. Drawing the viewer back in repeatedly, these photographs offer a collector a conversation starter about their interest in human relationships, the biosphere, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between individual and collective interests...

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