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Turn little things into BIG STATEMENTS with bold abstracts that you don't see everyday
Please shop my selection of Award Winning, internationally exhibited and published Light Micrographs, MicroscapesTM to create a conversation by turning something little into something big with vitamins, crystals, rocks and botany to name a few subjects. Click on an image to select an enlarged view of something beyond human vision (then use the TRY THIS below) or to purchase one. My MicroscapesTM can be purchased as fine art prints on paper, canvas or metal in different styles, sizes and finishes, framed or unframed printed to exacting standards with archival materials.
TRY THIS: After clicking on an image, then sizing and framing it, try using the Wall Preview below, in the lower right corner where you can select one of 9 virtual rooms and wall color similar to yours to visualize what my art will look like in a room inside your beautiful home. You can also save it to a favorite or email it to a friend. Enjoy and it’s fun. Thank you.
Bold Abstracts from things you cannot see with the naked eye
Looking for something bold, radical, contemporary, colorful, abstract? MicroscapesTM may be just the thing to liven up any room and strike up a conversation. MicroscapesTM are light micrographs, photographs of objects under a microscope. They are often abstract and saturated with color. They are a perfect combination of art and science. Not something you see everyday, let alone be able to decorate with!
Dad gave me my first microscope when I was ten and I've peered into the micro world ever since. Now I create MicroscapesTM, artistic light micrographs, on my Zeiss Photomicroscope. I hand pick the finest specimens from my collection of 19th century Victorian and modern micro slides, match each to an exotic microscope illumination and photography them.
MY SUGGESTION: MicroscapesTM are stunning when printed on High Gloss Metal. Polished aluminum gives a light micrograph a reflective quality that is second to only viewing them through a microscope.
Dad was a histo-tech, a medical professional who made microscope slides for diagnoses. I learned the trade of cutting, staining and mounting micro specimens by helping him two nights a week at Los Alamos Hospital during high school. I now own the same photo microscope that was once at the Health Research Laboratory in Los Alamos where Dad worked his day job.
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*Please refer to FAQ for Returns and Damage Procedure* MY SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: My Return Policy is Simple: 1-You may return the art piece for a full credit or refund (not including shipping). 2-You may elect to receive a free replacement of equal value. You may decide on a piece that is either less or more than the original purchase, you will be refunded or charged the difference (including shipping) as appropriate. 3-If the piece is returned in its original condition, you will receive a full refund upon delivery and inspection. If the piece is damaged in shipping to me, you will receive a refund after the insurance claim is filed. *Shipping fees are not refundable.* *Please refer to FAQ for Returns and Damage Procedure
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I was professionally trained in photographic archival procedures. I earned my photography degree from Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester New York, home to the Eastman Kodak Co. I also met the requirements to become a Registered Biological Photographer. Archival stability is a criteria when I print a photograph or create a piece of art. At RIT photo science was a requirement and professors stressed archival standards with strict procedural guidelines from the beginning. Knowing archival methods as well as I do, I hold my print-on-demand technology to the same standards. *Please refer to ARCHIVAL MATERIALS under FAQ for details.
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