All PhotosByJohnGlass are available in a variety of sizes, framed and unframed. You can also purchase them for use as stock photos. If you are interested in purchasing any photos on this website, please contact us directly at info@PhotosbyJohnGlass.com or call 818-240-4262. Thanks!
JOHN GLASS IS AVAILABLE FOR ONSITE CUSTOM PHOTO SHOOTS AT A RATE OF $3,500.00 A DAY PLUS TRAVEL EXPENSES. THE RIGHTS TO AN INDIVIDUAL PHOTO MAY BE PURCHASED OUTRIGHT AND THEREBY RETIRED BY JOHN AND FULLY OWNED BY THE PURCHASER, AT $7,500.00 A PHOTO AND UP.
*Shipping prices are for continental US Only. Please contact us for any other areas needing shipping.
- 1” Charcoal, espresso (brown)
- Arquati (brushed aluminum)
- 1 ¾” wood texture walnut.
|PRINT ONLY||Giclée on luster photo paper||Canvas||SHIPPING|
|11X14 Regular glass||105||2” mat in digital white or black||25|
|16X20 Regular glass||145||2” mat in digital white or black||25|
|20X30 Acrylic glass||180||No mat||40|
|CANVAS WRAP||On a 1 ¼” frame with a||stretched blurred edge||SHIPPING|
|16X20 (front face size)||180||25|
All frames are wired and ready to hang, including hanger for the wall.
Contemporary glass and museum glass are available upon request.
Premiere Platinum high luster finish giclée print available upon request.
The Giclee printing (pronounced “ghee-clay”) process was born in the early 1990’s as rock musician Graham Nash & and his associate Mac Holbert uncovered a new capability of the Iris inkjet printer called the 3047. These early machines had been developed for digital graphic proofing but it had not occurred to the manufacturer that its equipment would be adopted by artists as a digital method of fine art printing. In 1991, thanks to Mr. Nash’s vision, the world’s first digital fine art atelier opened its doors. Since this early beginning, the technology in equipment, media, inks and craftsmanship have advanced immeasurably.
Giclee printing has many advantages over other printmaking methods. For example, each piece is individually produced allowing you to order one reproduction at a time if desired, so the artist is not obligated to finish an edition. You can order prints as needed without large up-front costs and storage problems associated with offset lithography. This allows you to test market a new idea or image. Giclee printing affords you more control of your career by giving you the ability to start self-publishing fine art reproductions in modest quantities. Artists can build inventory slowly over time in response to the market. We have three wide format printing systems so we can accommodate large orders with the same flexibility as a single sheet order.