Artist Polly Anderson was looking for quality canvas print art reproductions of her paintings. Polly had a series of art works she’d had copies done on a medium format camera and copied to transparencies.
This was the first one done – scanned at maximum resolution on my Nikon 9000 scanner. This produced a nicely detailed image making a 760 x 355mm canvas print.
Polly loved the vibrant colours from the scan and print and will be back to make more copies in her series. More of her work can be seen at her website here
Artist Sandra Whyte had me copy and reproduce her latest commission work “Deep In The Shadows” of a Tui in bush setting. This is available as a limited edition giclee canvas art reproduction measuring 22 x 30in or as smaller sized cotton paper art prints. More of her work can be seen here
Artist Ray Fowler from Dargaville contacted me about making a canvas art reproduction of this painting. It’s a commission of the race horse ‘Veyron’ which won the $200,000 Manco Easter Handicap at Ellerslie in April.
The painting was scanned, printed onto canvas then mounted. Ray was very impressed with the print, he’s now having more works of his reproduced. Ray can be contacted at email@example.com
For more information please visit the canvas printing page here
Sandra Whyte created this stunning painting of a Kokako living on the island bird sanctuary of Tiritiri Matangi, Auckland, New Zealand. Titled “Still In The Picture”, the painting is the first of a series entitled “Birds on The Brink”. The painting is the view looking towards Auckland from the sanctuary.
Sandra donated the painting and it has been auctioned off to raise funds for research to save these birds from extinction..
Measuring 75 x 45cm the painting was carefully scanned in a sequence of high resolution images. They were joined together, then proof printed to match the colours of the original painting. Detailed canvas and art paper copies faithful to the original have been made and are for sale. More information on Tiritiri Matangi can be found here Sandra Whyte and more of her work can be seen here..
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Graeme Byles from Oakleigh, south of Whangarei, NZ, dropped in to have this photo tidied up and re-printed. It shows a train running where State Highway 1 is now located, south of the Caltex Service Station at Oakleigh. Graeme thinks this was taken around 1925 and the railway line was supposed to run to Waipu. But the officials decided to tear it up and build a road instead.
Sue Shepherd from the Whangarei Camera Club called in to see me about having this and another safari photo printed onto canvas in black and white. Sue had prepared the image with the styilised border. These were printed 19inces (475mm) wide. Sue loved the look of the prints and the true neutral black and whites. One canvas print is to be donated towards fundraising for Northland Hockey Black Stick Representatives at the coming London Olympics. For more canvas printing information click Here
Ben saw me about having this photo put onto canvas. Ben’s son Max was born prematurely by quite a few weeks. Happily, he was in the skilled hands of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, one of the best facilities in the world.
Ben had this photo taken with Max holding his hand. It was cropped from a larger photo, turned to black and white and had a white misty vignette surround added. It was printed on to canvas and looked excellent. Ben says Max is doing fine and now weighs a few kilos. It won’t be long before Max will be home..
Jone contacted me about repairing a couple of old photos that had faded away to virtually nothing. He’d been to a shop to see about fixing them- it was beyond their skills so they sent him to me.
With age the photo had lost virtually all its detail and colour. However I was able to bring a resaonable amount of detail to turn it into a black and white photo. Even though it’s still not perfect, Jone was more than happy with the end result.